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    poeticmom posted:
    I have a toenail that has a fungus and wanted to know if there is anything I can do to get rid of it without going to the doctor. i can't afford the doctors because i have not health insurance.
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    bigred53 responded:
    Try rubbing Vicks or Teatree oil on the affected nail every day. Either one works. It does take quite awhile so you have to be patient.

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    amanda332 responded:
    Hello! Fluconazole is an effective treatment for almost any types of fungal infections. You may try this drug and your fungal infection should be healed. You can get more info about antifungal treatments here - http://www.hablalosinmiedo.com/info-before-taking-fluconazole-150mg.html


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