Would my doctor prescribed me zeta clear for nail fungus infections?

Zeta clear. There is no way to predict what your doctor may or may not prescribe. I did a quick search on the product and it seemed pretty bogus to me .....caveat emptor.

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I've had foot nail fungus for more than a year I used medicines prescribed by my doctor but nothing has happened How to cure foot nail fungus?

Medications. There are a number of different medications that may be prescribed to treat toe nail fungus. The oral medications are often the strongest but can be more expensive & have more potential for side effects. I don't know how apt medical providers in Britain are to try that route. Would discuss further with your physician. There is a new medication that can be painted on nails that is an option too. Read more...
Nail Fungus Cure? First off let me tell that you that "curing" fungus is a difficult thing to do. Much like a common cold, once it goes away, it can come back. There are some instances where oral antifungals (is that what your doctor prescribed for you?) will not eradicate the "fungus." If that is the case with you, the doctor should send out a sample of the nail to confirm that it is actually fungus. Read more...

How would doctors recommend I treat nail fungus?

A few. To cure a nail fungus, see a podiatrist to discuss your medical and surgical options. Home remedies include: vick's vaporub listerine mouthwash tea tree oil they might help the appearance a little, but usually does not cure the infection. On the plus side they are cheap, and will cause no harm. Prescribed medications have the best chance for cure. These can be stubborn infections to treat. Read more...
We can try! Toenail fungus is very common, and unfortunately very difficult to cure 100%. We can test the nail to see if it is a callused or traumatized nail or if it is indeed fungus, and from there you have several options: topical or oral antifungal medications, laser nail treatment, or removal of the nail in severe cases. See your doctor to talk about which treatment is right for you. Read more...

How can I address the my nail fungus infection?

Nail fungus see MD. Nail fungus can be successfully diagnosed and treated by your pcp, or dermatologist, and yes nail fungus in toes is treated by poditrists as well it is a difficult infection to cure and you need long term antifungal medicine like Lamisil (terbinafine) for 6 to 12 weeks and need to monitor liver functions and wbcs. Read more...

No doctors here mention a fourth remedy for toenail fungus: cap-on-nail treatment, developed in japan. Why not? Is it unknown or not effective?

Not sure. There are some topicals available in other countries not available in us that do work. Read more...
Cap on nail. What experience have you had with it? My patients that have tried it did not have good results with it. Read more...
Better for cats/dogs. Best leave this to veterinarians and use a podiatrist or dermatologist to treat humans with this problem. Read more...

Are over-the-counter products effective in treating nail fungus? How will I know when it's time to see a podiatrist? Is prolonged infection dangerous?

Possibly. Some of them mav be helpful with minimal involvement. You should consult a podiatrist for proper treatment and follow up. You also need to treat your shoes skin and shower to prevent re infection . Read more...
No. It may not even be fungus at your age but nail dystrophy secondary to repetitive micro trauma. OTC products aren't that effective but will do no harm if you try. Read more...

What kind of doctor do you see for a toe nail fungus?

Dermatolgists. Dermatolgists are the main specialists. Sometimes, podiatrists with adequate training can do a good job. Read more...
Doctor Fungus. A podiatrist may be the best choice but there are several primary care and dermatologists who will also be able to help you. Read more...

What does nail fungus infection look like?

Discoloration. The nail is disclosed white or darker in color and can be thickened and flaky. Read more...
Thick, yellow. Nail fungus caused the nail to become thickened, yellowed, and brittle with flaky yellow/white debris that builds up beneath the nail. It often causes the shape of the nail to become deformed, resulting in ingrown toenails. Treatments include topical medications for early stages of infection, oral medication and the newest line of treatment - laser fungus treatment. See your podiatrist. Read more...
Nail fungus. A common description of nail fungus is that the nail becomes either yellow or white. There can be separation from the nail and the underlying nailbed as well as thickening of the nails overall. Read more...

What would you suggest I do to control nail fungus until I go to the doctor?

Trimming. Fungal nails can be trimmed to reduce thickness and fungal content. Several products such as vicks and tea tree oil are touted to have antifungal properties. The most effective treatment is still an oral antifungal medication like terbinafine, assuming you can take it safely. Fungus is slow-growing so you have time to see a podiatrist for proper treatment. Read more...
Fungus. Try some over the counter creams but should get to doctor for better options. Read more...
See a dermatologist. Meanwhile keep nails very short & well ventillated. Read more...

What are some ways to treat a toe-nail fungus/fungi infection?

Drugs. Usually onychomycosis persists life long unless treated with an effective anti-fungal agent such as terbinafine or itraconazole which have replaced the more toxic griseofulvin. You need a doctor's prescription for the oral meds laser treatments are now being offered. Read more...
Have them evaluated. There are topical and oral antifungal medications available for the treatment of nail fungus. Specialized lasers are also now available for treatment of fungal nail infections. Have your nails evaluated and get the appropriate treatment. Read more...
Several treatments. The reason you hear so many different treatments for toenail fungus is because there is no perfect, sure-fire treatment that works 100% of the time. I've seen vaporub work, as well as other natural oil remedies, but rarely. You can also try laser therapy, antifungal creams, paints, or even oral medications if your doctor deems you healthy enough to take them. Read more...