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June 27, 2006 at 3:37 am #103110
I thought I had bruised my big toe. Well that was, seriously, 3 months ago and my big toe is still black/grey but just on the left side of the toenail. The dog had pounced on my bare foot and her claws were really long, and my toe hurt. That’s when it first got grey. I had got a pedicure about a week later and forgot about it. I just took the polish off and It looks the same as I remember it only it doesn’t hurt. It surely would have at least spread in 2 1/2 months to the whole toe, right?
Then if it is fungus wouldn’t my whole family have it? Do I need a prescription to get rid of it? And where did it come from? My nail salon is very clean!
Sorry I know this is gross, but I have really nice feet if you ignore my left big toe right now. They are one of my best body parts and I take very good care of them so this is a little distressing. I have waited all winter to wear my summer shoes. I won’t wear 1/2 of them with out a fresh pedicure let alone fungus on my feet! I hope someone can help!June 27, 2006 at 4:40 am #348037
Toe nails do grow very slowly and if you suffered an injury, there could be blood trapped beneath the nail. Sometime a Dr. will have to drain it as it could be painful or lead to infection…if it is not hurting it is probably fine and will just take a while to repair itself.
Nail fungus usually produces thickening, yellow, flaking nails that sometimes have a bad odor….does not sound like fungus to me….sounds like a lingering result of your energetic dog…;-)
Note…I am not a Dr…..I only play one on DAGG….check with your Dr. to be sure…:DJune 27, 2006 at 7:19 pm #348300
I don’t think you can spread toenail fungus. I’m sure my dh has it because his toenails are thick and kinda yellow in color. They also look as though they are pushing up. It does not hurt him at all. He’s had since we got together 12 years ago & none of us have it. My mom just recently got a case of it and went to the Dr. Her prescription costs $80 a month for the next 4-6 months (and she has insurance) and the prescription can cause liver failure. Hmmmmm….yellow toenails or liver failure, which would you choose?June 27, 2006 at 8:03 pm #348323
Once I accindentally droped cutting board on my big toe nail and its been 11/2 yrs and my nail still looks gray from other nails.. I always cover it with nail polish..
Hope your nails gets better soon..June 28, 2006 at 2:52 am #348496
Wow, it’s contagious and it hurts? Well, I guess my DH just has ugly toenails! I always assumed it was fungus, but he has ugly werewolf feet too! Guess that’s what I get for assuming……June 28, 2006 at 3:06 am #348503
[QUOTE=texgirl]I don’t think you can spread toenail fungus. I’m sure my dh has it because his toenails are thick and kinda yellow in color. They also look as though they are pushing up. It does not hurt him at all. He’s had since we got together 12 years ago & none of us have it. My mom just recently got a case of it and went to the Dr. Her prescription costs $80 a month for the next 4-6 months (and she has insurance) and the prescription can cause liver failure. Hmmmmm….yellow toenails or liver failure, which would you choose?[/QUOTE]
I would take liver failure, but only as a last resort!
I’m starting to feel a little better. I had lost my one big toenail about 6 years ago. It somehow started to come off at the side and my doctor took a drill/sander thing and cut it all the way off. It grew back quite quickly as I recall. So what should I expect the doctor to do if it needs drained?June 28, 2006 at 1:05 pm #348609
Heres info from webmd regarding toenail fungus: [URL="http://www.webmd.com/content/article/117/112652.htm"]http://www.webmd.com/content/article/117/112652.htm[/URL]
and per your request, heres some pics (warning: if you have a queesy tummy, please dont click!) [URL="http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?_adv_prop=images&imgsz=all&imgc=&vf=all&va=toenail+fungus&fr=FP-tab-web-t403&ei=UTF-8"]http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?_adv_prop=images&imgsz=all&imgc=&vf=all&va=toenail+fungus&fr=FP-tab-web-t403&ei=UTF-8[/URL]
And from this link, it says it CAN be spreadable among family members: [URL="http://www.toenail-fungus.info/causeoftoenailfungus.html"]http://www.toenail-fungus.info/causeoftoenailfungus.html[/URL]
And, from this link, I dont see drainage as a treatment: [URL="http://www.webmd.com/hw/skin_and_beauty/hw268221.asp"]http://www.webmd.com/hw/skin_and_beauty/hw268221.asp[/URL]
Heres another link, im sure youve probably seen on commercials. [URL="http://www.lamisil.com/index.jsp"]http://www.lamisil.com/index.jsp[/URL]May 19, 2007 at 12:22 pm #917895
Curing toenail fungus isn’t that hard, but stay away from Lamisil, unless you don’t value your liver.
There’s a trick, though, to make the topical solutions work. I used Vick’s VapoRub, but it wouldn’t have worked–I don’t think–without the trick.
Here’s how I did it:
[URL="http://www.dangerimp.com/toe_fungus.php"]http://www.dangerimp.com/toe_fungus.php[/URL]February 26, 2008 at 5:28 pm #973091
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One is a nail polish — it stays on the nail. The other is a cuticle oil which soothes the surrounding tissue which tends to become irritated. Effective in treating and preventing fungus, mold, yeast, and bacterial infections. These products are very popular professional products, are used extensively in Salons and Spas, and are also recommended and sold by Medical Professionals. They worked for me.March 23, 2010 at 7:02 am #1041907
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