It hurts when I do footbath with vinegar (nail fungus), is it normal?

 It hurts when I do footbath with vinegar (nail fungus), is it normal?

I don't need another home recipe, I just wnat to know whether it's normal that my skin around my toenails (maybe it's my toe nails) hurt when I am doing a footbath with white vinegar. I diluted with water (half/half).

I got rid of nail fungus with vinegar once so I stick to that but this time it's worse. Should I stop?
It's like it's burning my skin… I mean more like when you have a cut and you disinfect it with alcohol, well it hurts like that.

thanks for answering!

I believe the treatment using vinegar is only to put a couple of drops at the base of each nail twice a day…NOT to soak or footbath the entire foot.

"If an individual with onychomycosis (toenail fungus) will fill a dropper bottle with the cheapest distilled vinegar from the grocery store (do not use good vinegar that has not been distilled) and put 2 drops of the vinegar at the growing base of the affected nail every night and morning, within a few months, normal nail will begin to show at the base of the nail."

It hurts when I do footbath with vinegar (nail fungus), is it normal?

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