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Nail Care Tip: Correct diagnosis of nail changes

submitted by Anonymous

False negative diagnosis are common with foot and nail fungus. After several misdiagnoses by two dermatologists over 18 months, I found a podiatrist able to correctly identify the chronic skin and nail changes on my feet. A simple course of inexpensive fungal cream brought my feet and nails back to perfect condition. If you do not see improvement in your feet and nails, even after the MD assures you it is negative for fungus, seek another opinion.

I used 1% Econazole Nitrate cream for 3 months with excellent results. It is inexpensive and gentle to use.


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