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Tara

My daughter got toe fungas many years ago. The doctor prescribed her meds of course. It would be over $200 for three or so months’ supply.

When I looked up the side effects I was shocked to see there was risk of kidney or liver failure (can’t remember which one). So the doctor wants me to pay $200, put my young teen on a med that has the risk of kidney/liver failure to treat a toe fungus? Are FKG kidding me!
I did some research on natural remedies mostly from this website and this is what we did and it worked.

I bought 12-16 new pairs of socks for her. Every morning and night she soaked her foot in warm apple cider vinegar for 10-15 minutes. Afterwards, she applied a topical solution to the affected area and put fresh socks on. She repeated this process twice a day for two weeks slacking off a bit here and there but by the third week it was 100% gone, never to come back. We managed to save her nail. 5 years later it has not returned and it cost me all but 40 dollars!

What you will need.....

Brand new socks, enough pairs to change your socks at least twice a day. We kept the “treatment” socks separate from our clothing and washed in hot water to make sure the fungus did not carry on elsewhere.

Tub or Tupperware container to soak your foot in, and anther or a bag to throw your “treatment socks into”

Apple Cider Vinger cause it is highly anti-fungal.

Topical solution with undecylenic acid. I found a topical solution where the athlete’s foot stuff is located. There were two options with a few oils in it. I picked the one with the highest concentration of undecylenic acid as it’s proven to be highly anti fungal as well.

I have to say I am very grateful for this site. It’s taken me far too long to post our results!

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Anonymous

Thanks for this, it's very helpful.

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