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Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options
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Fingernail Fungus Treatment Options

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  • 1. Video Presentation Brought To You By: www.NailFungusNinja.com
  • 2. Can Nail Fungus Be Left Untreated? <ul><li>Will not go away on its own.
  • 3. If left untreated it can get worse.
  • 4. Infection can spread to other parts of the body. </li></ul>
  • 5. What About Home Remedies? <ul><li>Combine a nail lacquer with amorofine or a diluted tea tree oil mixture.
  • 6. Soak in Listerine or vinegar.
  • 7. Often these types of treatments do NOT work and can even make the infection worse. </li></ul>
  • 8. Oral Medication <ul><li>Prescribed by a doctor for severe infections.
  • 9. Usually consumed twice per day.
  • 10. Can cause unwanted side-effects.
  • 11. Severe infections should be examined by a doctor. </li></ul>
  • 12. Surgery <ul><li>Very severe infections may require surgery.
  • 13. Different types of surgery include laser and nail removal. </li></ul>
  • 14. Prevention <ul><li>Prevention is always better than the cure.
  • 15. Keep nails short and clean.
  • 16. Change socks frequently.
  • 17. Wear shoes/sandals in public showers/restrooms. </li></ul>
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  • 19. Learn More By Visiting: www.NailFungusNinja.com

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