Onychomycosis is a localized infection of the nail or nail bed caused by a fungi. It is not life threatening, however, it can cause inconvenience, sometimes pain and discomfort. An estimated 11 million Americans suffer from onychomycosis, and up to 48 % have at least one affected toe by the time they reach 70 years old.Toenail fungus is a chronic condition that gradually progesses to involve more and more of the nail, rarely healing on its own. Even if the affected nail spontaneously falls off or is knocked off, the nail that re-grows is usually infected with fungus.Presently, the common treatments (although stil not very effective) are expensive oral prescription medications with potentially adverse side effects. Systemic fungal treatment has been dissappointing to date with side-effects such as nausea, headache, photosensitivity and gastrointestinal intolerance, which has caused the patient to discontinue treatment after a short time.Applying Revive A Nail and taking orally a well formulated Probiotic will help get you back in balance and decrease the fungi overgrowth. Revive-A-Nail contains homeopathic remedies and herbal extracts that can be used for the treatment of fungus affecting finger and toe areas. For itchin, scaling, cracking, burning, redness, soreness, irritation and discomforts which may accompany this condition. Clan the affected area with soap and water and dry thoroughly. Apply 1-2 drops to the nail and nail bed 3-4 times a day or as directed by your health care provider.Probiotics such as Enterobiotic Plus or HLC High Potency should be taken to restore the healthy bacteria to the whole body.
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