I think I have nail fungus on my two big toenails
And its been eating away the pink stuff that is the keratin?
I read somewhere that soaking them in listerene moutwash will help.
But does anyone know where I can get medication like cream or something at a local drug store that will help kill the fungus, does anyone know how long it will take to totally kill the fungus?
and will the keratin pink part of my toenails grow back?
Becareful of both these answers. the 1st answer is from a lady that has answered 504 since february of 2009. think about it. Do you really think someone wants to be THAT helpful? she is a scammer. she is using yahoo answers as a business.
There is a program out there that teaches people to come into yahoo answers and post 10 answers without a link and then post a money link in the 11th answer. A link deceiving the person who's in misery to go to the website so that they can make a commission off of you and your misery.
I'm pretty sure that was the first one is doing. It teaches to build a reputation on yahoo answers so that they can start making money off of people by sending them to affiliate products that they make money off of. Becareful of this sly scumbucket scammer.
The second one is doing the same but it's more obvious. You can see her referral code in the product. these people just want your money. they should rot in hell for this.
Becareful of anyone sending you to a product. If you order the product make sure you don't give them a referral link so that no one makes money off of you.
As for the nail fungus, see a doctor. A dermatologist. I had fungus on my foot and he scraped some skin and found out what fungus it was. He prescribed the right cream to kill it. Hope this helps.
Over-the-counter treatments are available in the form of liquids, solutions, and creams. You apply these products directly to the nail and surrounding skin. Common topical antifungals include clotrimazole (brand name Lotrimin AF), miconazole (Micatin) and terbinafine (Lamisil). because they do not penetrate the nail, they work best in infections of the skin or nail surface, as in athlete’s foot. When the fungus has invaded the nailbed, prescription medicines have the best chance of treating the infection.
I hope it gets better!