What is the best way to get rid of toenail fungus in a few months?

Be realistic. A few months may not be realistic. Medications typically work on the new nail growing in. Even if you take oral medicines, on average you may first see signs of improvement at 3 months.
Good luck. Toenail fungus takes approximately a year to get rid of due to the slow rate of growth of the toanails.

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What is the best way to get rid of toenail fungus?

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