To treat toenail fungus at home you have to think of 1 thing:
It depends what your toenail fungus looks like.
Not all treatments work that effectively. A very mild amount of fungus can be treated quite effectively with certain homeopathic remedies. However, if it is a huge mess of a nail then see the Doctor to get prescription tablets which will take down the fungus quite easily.
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If you have a very mild case then you might have a chance of getting rid of it with various home, or natural remedies.
Because mild usually means:
Because natural treatments/ home treatments are so mild and have limited potency then you stand much more of a chance of getting at the toenail fungus.
have to remember to check every single thing that you have been told to
use. Just because it is natural does not mean safe and the amount of
dangerous household chemical which people are recommending is really
But whichever you use, just realize that treatment is going to:
Even then, after you think that it has gone there is no guarantee that the fungus doesn't come back
Again, some people state that this works, other do not. But it is based on the fact that athletes foot and toenail fungus share the same fungi type.
Again this seems to be more effective when you have a very mild form of toenail fungus. But you get some athletes foot cream,
Needs to be done every other day, but after 3 months you should see the fungus "grow out" and not progress down the nail. if after 3 months there is no difference, stop. Again, read the cream box first and stop if any reactions and dont start if any allergies or interactions (check with the doctor first).
If you unsure then a trip to a Doctor or foot health professional will guide you in the right direction.