Fungal Toenail?

Answer One or more toenails infected by a fungus is called onychomycosis. A fungal infected toenail begins as a white or yellow spot underneath the tip of the nail. In addition to the unsightly appearance... Read More »

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How to Use a Toenail File on the Side of a Toenail?

Whether you're preparing for spring sandals or a walk on the beach, getting your feet ready for display may be a priority for you. One way to ensure your feet look their best is to keep your toenai... Read More »

Fungal sickness or something else?

I copied a sentence from your question as: We dont have a thermometer, but he was rather hot.. but hes also hot natured, so i dont know if its a fever or his normal temperature. Did you mean that h... Read More »

Fungal Blastomycosis?

Fungal blastomycosis is a potentially dangerous fungal infection that affects the lungs and skin. It can be difficult to diagnose because it is not common and presents a wide variety of symptoms de... Read More »

Is a fever blister fungal?

Fever blisters are not fungal. Fever blisters, also sometimes called cold sores, are caused by a virus, often acquired during childhood. This virus is usually the Type 1 herpes simplex virus, and f... Read More »