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Medically reviewed by Drugs. Last updated on May 5, Toenail fungus is a condition that disfigures and sometimes destroys the nail. It is also called onychomycosis. Toenail fungus can be caused by several different types of fungi.
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Messed up toenails, what do I do?
How to Safely Remove a Damaged Toenail
By Ijustwannateach , June 3, in Health and Medicine. I had a toenail with a really bad fungal infection for a couple of years. The infection is finally gone, but it has left the toenail ravaged- it grows strangely, too thick in some places and not wide enough. It still looks pretty bad, and it doesn't seem to be returning to "normal" on its own. I asked my local clinic doc, and he just said that's the way things are. Any better ideas out there?
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Toenail Fungus (Onychomycosis)
Some mammals have hooves or claws; we have toenails. It's believed that way back when our feet were used for more than just mobility-related activities, our toenails would help us pick things up the way our fingernails still do today. Toenails assist in proprioception, which is a complicated name for the sensory mechanism that helps us interpret our surroundings and maintain our balance. There are , sweat glands in each foot, which means we're basically wrapping our feet in very moist, warm enclosures every day. This makes it a breeding ground for fungi and bacteria — which can result in infections and, at a minimum, smelly feet.
My 2 youngest have the most messed up toenails I have ever seen. I have to monitor their feet on a weekly basis. Their toenails not only splinter and cut their feet and legs up when they sleep, but when their nails actually grow, the sides become ingrown and the tops curl into the tops of their toes. I had to cut YDD's toenails today using tweezers to pull the tips of the nails out of her skin on the tops of her toes and then clippers to cut them.