Nail infection

A nail infection or toenail fungus usually starts on the edge of the nail and can spread to the middle of the nail, causing it to become discoloured or thicker in texture. Nail infections can be painful and irritating. Discover how to effectively treat toenail infections and toenail fungus to relieve symptoms and restore the health of the nail.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will a toenail infection go away on its own?

Fungal nail infections typically don't go away on their own, and the best treatment is usually frequent use of specialist topical cream or liquid to clear the infection. In severe cases, the nail may require assessment from a healthcare professional. It can take several months to a year for the infection to go away.

What is the main cause of toenail fungus?

Toenail fungus is caused by microscopic organisms called fungi which enter the skin from underneath the nail. You may be more prone to toenail fungus if you have Athlete’s Foot, poor circulation, psoriasis or a nail injury.

Is an infected toenail serious?

If left untreated, an ingrown toenail can lead to an infection or an abscess on your toe which can be painful and sore. An infected toenail should be treated to avoid the infection getting worse or spreading to other areas of the foot.