Check with your doctor if you have diabetes and may have nail fungus. Diabetes causes poor circulation in your feet, so you’re more susceptible to infections on your feet. Unfortunately, a simple nail fungus infection can develop into something worse if it’s left untreated. However, your doctor can examine your toenails and make a proper diagnosis so you can receive prompt treatment.[14]

Consult your doctor if you’re not sure you have toenail fungus. It’s often hard to recognize a toenail infection in the early stages, partially because the symptoms are similar to other conditions. However, treating toenail fungus in the early stages gives you the best chance of recovering your healthy nails. To get prompt treatment, it’s best to see your doctor if you have questions.[10] Here are the symptoms of toenail fungus:[11]

Try Cinnamon Leaf Oil as is a very powerful anti-fungal and dries out the nail nicely. In my case it helped to flake off the nail that was full of fungus until a new nail started to grow. Don’t know how I lived with it for so long. Apple Cider vinegar was too mild for me. Apparently to prevent it from coming back you really have to drink Cinnamon Tea (not Cassia Cinnamon which can damage your liver). I discovered I was eating all the wrong foods and my whole body was infested with a Candida overgrowth. Drinking the Cinnamon tea really cleaned up my system. I don’t eat too much sweets or dairy anymore, which seems to be the key. Oh yeah one more thing you really have to keep your toes dry and clean. I threw all my shoes and socks away, but well worth it for the results. If you want fast results, you really have to go with Cinnamon Leaf Oil. Since then I have been using the Cinnamon oil all around the house to disinfect and get rid of bad smells and mold in the bathroom. This oil is fantastic.
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