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Nail fungus, also known as onychomycosis, is a fungal infection in or around the nail bed which mainly affects adults. The nail infection becomes more difficult to treat as it progresses. Nail fungus is more common in toenails than fingernails.
Typically, discoloration is one of the first signs of nail fungus. Symptoms of nail infection include white or yellow spots on the corner of the finger or toenail. Left untreated, the fungus may cause affected nails to appear thick, misshapen and crumbled. It can also cause the nails to lift away from the skin.
Nail fungus roots itself deep in the nail bed, and it is considered difficult to treat, sometimes taking months to fully resolve. New, healthy nail growth is essential to the healing process.
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