Prescription antifungal medicines taken by mouth may help clear the
fungus in about 50% of patients. However, such medicines can cause side effects or may interfere with other medications. Some of the oral medications used to treat fungal infections of the nail can harm the liver.
In some cases, the health care provider may remove the nail. Nails grow slowly. Even if treatment is successful, a new, clearer nail may take up to a year to grow in.
So if the patient does not have diabetes, simply taking sugar or removing it from his or her diet, has a little or no effect in worsening or curing the
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