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See podiatrist: Or dermatologist. The question is what is the discoloration from. Sometimes, it is from a fungus but not always, sometimes it can be from bacteria under the toenail or from trauma. Sometimes, it can occur from dried blood under the toenail, or from nail polish. Once, a doc determines the etiology they can offer a treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How do I treat discolored toenails discoloration noted under some of toenails...Not all...Tried OTC remedies but nothing helps?
Depends on the cause: Some causes of nail discoloration include trauma due to tight shoes, infection, and medication side effects. You should try wearing shoes with a higher wider toe box. Get the feet inspected by a professional to determine the cause of the problem, as treatment varies depending on the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My toenails are thick, hard and discolored. It's very embarrassing. Is that a fungus? And where does it come from?
Very likely.: Thickened discolored nails that have a powdery and crumbly residue underneath typically indicate fungus. Treatments include topical antifungal therapy such as formula 3 which may be applied to a clean and unpolished nail for 6-11 months. The oral treatment is prescription only terbinafine and is a pill taken once daily for 3 months. It requires lab monitoring to endure no liver issues. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My toenail seems to be deteriorating/delaminating, but only on the lunaria of my x2 big toes, and doesn't appear discolored & no pain. Both toes started about the same time and I just noticed last week. Should I be concerned, like apply something topical
I know of a child who just turned 5 and weights about 90 lbs. His toenails are discolored is this a cause of diabetes?
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