What cures fungal foot nail infection?

Nail fungus. You would be most likely to have success with an oral or paint on antifungal medication prescribed by your physician/ podiatrist or dermatologist. Take care.
Nail infection. get the ail clippings to confirm infection get Liver function tests done medication used could be terbinafin or griseofulvin.
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My mother has fungal toe nail infection. She isn't be able to get rid of it with creams doctors here prescribe. Can you tell me for any effective way?

Toe nail fungus. Topical treatments for toe nail fungus usually do not work and oral medications are required. Terbenafine is one such treatment. There are others as well. The liver can sometimes be affected by these medications, so monitoring of liver enzymes is advisable. Be prepared for 12 weeks of treatment and slow resolution as the nail takes time to grow out healthy. Read more...

Have red swollen toe also got fungal nail infection I take tablets for. The red skin is shiny and very sore?

Unknowen. This is a hard one, because we don't know which nail is red inflamed and shiny and which one has a fungus on it. They're probably not related but if they are the same toe consider acute athletes foot. Otherwise see your local area podiatrist. I hope you're not taking pills for just one fungal toenail? Read more...
BACTERIAL. It sounds like you have a bacterial infection, in addition to your fungal infection. You should return to your doctor; they may put you on antibiotics. Sincerely, Dr. Latva. Read more...

What are the cures for fungal nail infection?

Oral antifungal med. Unfortunately, nail fungus infections are very difficult to cure. Because fungus grow between the thickened nail plate and the nail bed, the poor penetration of topical agents make them an unsuccessful treatment option. Lasers are *thus far* not very successful for the same reason. Oral antifungal such as lamisil, (terbinafine) is released in the nail bed, thus better targeting the fungus. 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...
Many options. There are treatments available. Topical and oral medications can be used but must be used as prescribed to have any success. Laser treatment is also available and can be effective. That being said, the older we are the more difficult it is to get rid of it. One must be very patient regardless of the treatment. Curing nail fungus is a slow process that takes months to even over a year. Read more...

What can I do to cure a toe nail infection?

Treat the problem. First of all, the ingrown portion of the nail must be removed or problem will not get better. If there is an infection, antibiotics are usually necessary. Soaking may also help. See podiatrist for proper treatment. Read more...
Fungus? or Bacteria? There are topical and oral antifungal and antibiotic medications available for the treatment of nail infections. Have your nails evaluated and get the appropriate treatment. Read more...