Nail fungus. It’s one of the things I see every single
day but is one of the hardest things to treat. Today we’re going to go through what nail
fungus is, what treatments are available for you, and what might be the best option for
you. The craziest thing to know about nail fungus
is that it is pretty case specific. Whether you have one toenail or you have five
toenails or all ten, whether you have a little bit of the nail involved or the whole nail
is full of fungus, every case is different. So what we’re going to go through is what’s
the best treatment for every type/case of nail fungus. Think of nail fungus as a mold and it’s living
underneath the nail eating the nail itself. The most common way that I find that nail
fungus is picked up is through trauma. Normally we have the nail that is nice and
pink and attached to the nail bed. This is a sealed environment. But with trauma, and that could be tight shoes,
dropping something on your toe, ill-fitting footwear, someone playing around or getting
a manicure or pedicure, lifting up the nail, all these things allow an opening from the
nail to the nail bed to appear and that can allow fungus which is in all our environment
to get into the nail. That’s why it is very common for the big toe
and the baby toe to have fungus on them. (music) It’s very hard sometimes to test for
fungus or to have a true result. The most common ways we test for nail fungus
is through nail clippings we would cut part of the affected nail and send it off to the
lab and see if it tested positive for fungus. But the problem is sometimes we don’t take
a proper clipping we don’t get enough of the good stuff or just the technique isn’t really
accurate. 60% of the time it is a false negative meaning
if you have a negative result there is a 60% chance that it could actually be fungus and
it just didn’t show up. A better way to test for nail fungus would
be an actual fungal culture where you take the nail and you try to grow an actual fungus
from the sample. It’s a lot more expensive and time consuming. So the best way to really go about deciding
if you have nail fungus or not is just looking at your toenails and seeing the clinical signs
and symptoms. We’re looking for yellow, white, green kind
of cloudy look. Think of it as mold on bread. That’s the kind of thing that we are looking
for underneath the toenail. It’s really tricky sometimes to determine
if you have nail fungus or you have a damaged lifted nail. The moment the nail becomes lifted off the
nail bed, it does look more yellow. The thicker the nail is, that also makes it
look more yellow. So to me, we are always looking for that kind
of cloudy irregular appearance on top of the nail. Determining what treatment is best for you
really depends on three factors. Number one, the severity of the nail fungus
infection. Is a portion of the nail affected? Let’s say one-third of the nail, just the
very tip of the nail does that have nail fungus? Does half of the nail have nail fungus? Or does the whole nail have nail fungus? The second factor is how many nails are affected? It’s much easier to treat one toenail than
it is to treat all ten toenails. The last factor is then nail integrity. Is the nail still flat? Has it become very destroyed and very thick? Depending on the severity of the nail fungus,
how many nails are affected, and the integrity of the nail, that’s going to kind of help
to decide how we’re going to treat the nail fungus. So like I said, it’s very case specific and
we have to pretty much come up with a decision on the spot looking at the case what’s going
to be best for each patient. The one thing to know about nail fungus there’s
only one way to see results. As the new toenail grows in, the old nail
with the fungus, grows out. So we’re hoping that as the new pink healthy
nail is growing in, whatever damaged infected nail is being pushed out. So there is no secret, there’s no fast way
to just make fungus disappear it literally has to grow out and that takes time. It normally takes on average one year for
a big toenail to grow from bottom to top. So if you do have fungus that goes all the
way to the bottom, you are looking at around a year of treatment to really push everything
out. If it is half the nail, six months, and if
it is the top third of the nail, you are looking at around three to four months. So time is going to really tell if treatment
is working well. There are four main treatments for nail fungus. Number one, topical treatment. This is the most standard treatment that’s
out there and that’s applying some sort of ointment or medicine to try to penetrate the
nail, touch the fungus, kill the fungus, so as the new nail grows in, the old nail grows
out. There’s a lot of problems with topical treatments out there and the reason for that is penetration. If the medicine or ointment cannot touch the
fungus, there is no way that it’s going to work. So, what’s very very important with topical
treatment is that you apply some sort of ointment, whether it’s prescription strength or over
the counter, on a regular basis everyday or twice a day and you have the nail filed down. This is probably the key to topical treatment. We call it nail debridement but you can call
it nail filing. You have the nails filed down on a regular
basis. This is going to remove a lot of the thickness
of the nail or the damaged, infected nail allowing more penetration of the medicine
and a healthier looking nail. This is going to definately increase your
chances of success. I always suggest to have some sort of prescription
strenght topical that way we know that it’s been tested, it’s been proven to kill fungus. The problem with over the counter or let’s
say we have a natural products, we don’t know the percentage or the concentration of those
substances. You don’t know how pure the substance you
are receiving is actually going to kill the nail fungus. So to me in the office I normally suggest
people use a prescription strenght topical that they apply on the nail usually twice
a day. Every two months the come into the office
to have the nail filed down and we watch that new nail grow out. The second option we have is laser treatment. There are different types of lasers out there
so in general how laser treatments work is you’re appling light at a certain wavelength
to the toenail. This wavelength is usually going to kill or
inhibit fungal cells. This is going to stop them from multiplying
or producing or just outright kill them. The goal is by applying that laser light that
wavelength stops the fungus from growing or kills it and as the new nail grows in the
old nail with this destroyed or dead fungus grows out. Penetration always is an issue. So even when we are using the laser, it is
very important that we have the nail filed down as much as possible. The thinner the nail, the better the penetration
of the laser. The laser treatment that I use in this office,
is called photodynamic therapy. I file the nail down as thin as i can. I try to get as much of the fungal debris
off. I stain the toenail with something called
methylene blue which is a very common stain. It stains fungus very well. After the fungus has been stained or the nail
had been stained, we apply a laser light. This specific wavelength of light activates
the dye and it causes a reaction that’s toxic for nail fungus but not for normal cells. So we normally do two treatments, two to three
months apart. At the same time, I get patients to use topical
anti-fungal nail polish and again we review the case after the second nail treatment to
see how much has really grown out. Topical treatments and laser treatment are
the most conservative treatments we have out there. The only problem with that is it only treats
effectively the fungus we can see. If the nail fungus goes all the way to the
cuticle, it’s possible that the fungus is actually underneath the cuticle and its infecting
the new nail that’s underneath the skin. This is something that the topical treatments
and the laser light might not be effectively reaching and that way we’re not going to get the
treatment of that fungus and as the new nail is growing in, we’re still going to see the
fungal infection. So this is why it depends on the certain case
of nail fungus you have to determine which treatment would be best for you. The last two options we have are oral medication
and surgical removal. Oral medication consists of taking a pill
every single day for usually three to six months. The medicine goes into your bloodstream, it
feeds the nail matrix itself so the new nail cells are being fed the antifungal medicine. This is going to give new nail growth, a healthy
nail growth, to show up and push everything out. It is very very effective and works really
well at even aggressive cases of nail fungus. The only issue is that it could be a little bit
harsh on your liver, if you have a history of liver issues or you’re taking a lot of
other medications. So it’s very important that if you do go this
route, you get liver testing done by a family doctor and at the end of every month of treatment. That way you are making sure your liver is
not being effected. Sometimes they only give you three to six
months worth of treatment but if your whole nail is affected, sometimes it’s best to go
on a course of treatment for six to twelve months to just to make sure everything good is pushed
out. If you stop the medication and the fungus
hasn’t fully grown out, it’s possible that it comes right back. The last option that I offer is surgical removal
of the toenail. For severe cases or if it’s one toenail that
is really damaged, or you had it for a long time, sometimes the best thing to do is just
to surgically remove the toenail. What I do is I numb the toe, remove the whole
toenail, and we can do two things. One, we allow a new toenail to grow in and
it will grow in healthy and fresh and good or if it’s a very damaged thickened deformed
nail, sometimes the best thing to do is stop the nail from every growing again. I apply an acid and no more nail grows ever
again. The reason we stop the nail from growing,
if the nail grows back thickened, it might be prone to fungus again and we have to do
more treatment. The worst part about nail fungus you can do
all the treatment in the world and you get rid of the fungus next month, it comes right
back. Fungus is an infection, like catching a cold. It is very important that you work on eleminating
the amount of fungus in your environment meaning making sure your socks are dry, not wet or moist,
you are spraying the insides of your shoes with an antifungal or antibacterial spray,
something that disinfects the shoes. Sometimes there’s UV shoe sterilizers or other
biological products that kill fungus. The insturments you are using are clean that
they haven’t been used on someone else that has fungus. All these things together will help try to
reduce the amount of possible reinfection of nail fungus. The three factors kind of guide me on how
we’re going treat the nail fungus. So we have really three categories. You have mild to moderate case, you have moderate
to severe, and then you have a severe case. Within each of those groupings, you have the
recommended treatments and then also based on the number of nails, what treatment should
be best for you. So let’s start with mild to moderate. If you have a little bit of nail fungus one
to three toenails are effected, the nail fungus is at the very tip of the nail or maybe even
half way up the nail, what I would recommend is you start with topical treatment possibly
laser treatment and of course nail debridement. This does the job for most mild to moderate
cases. Something that’s not really aggressive, something
where the fungus has not reached the bottom of the nail. So anything like I said the distal or the
very tip of the nail, half way of the nail or one to three nails, this is something that could be definitely managed with
laser treatment or topical treatment. When we start dealing with moderate to severe
cases, this is where we have two thirds of the nail is affected or the whole nail is
affected. This is where the gets a little bit trickier. If the nail fungus goes all the way to the
end of the nail, it’s possible for the nail fungus to be underneath the skin and that
is reinfecting the new nail that is coming in. This is much tougher to treat. Also, if we have more than four nails affected,
it gets trickier to treat all the toenails. So when we have usually four nails or more
that are affected, and we have more than half of the nail affected with nail fungus, this
is where we start considering oral medication or surgical removal of the toenail. At the same time, combination therapy seems
to be working the best so you should think about adding a topical aspect as well. So a topical medication, an oral medication,
and sometimes if it is one or two severe nails out of the four or more, you do surgical removal. At the same time, nail debridement is a must. The last category we have is severe cases. So these are cases that you know the whole
nail is completely infected. You’ve had it for multiple years. The nail is extremely thick. These are the cases that topical probably
will not work even oral medicaiton might not work. This is where we start consdering just a surgical
removal. When we get rid of the nail, you know there
is no more nail and we can probably stop the nail from ever growing again. That way we never have the chance of a reoccuring
fungal nail. But if we have more than three or four nails
affected, that are severly affected, it’s a little bit unrealistic to remove all of
these toenails. So sometimes our only option again is oral
medication mixed with a topical and routine debridement. The most important thing to stress during
nail fungus treatment is that you need to have the nail filed down. You need to find a foot specialist near you
who is able to safely debride the nail get it down as thin as we can so whatever medicine
you’re applying as much as it can go into the nail as possible. If the nail isn’t being filed down, no matter
how good the topcial is, it just won’t kill the nail fungus. There’s something brand new that I just got
a hold of that is actually very very exciting. There’s a chemist who’s finally been able
to bottle pure iodine in water. So this is something that they weren’t able
to do. They were’nt able to control iodine and mix
it with water. Usually it was a tincture or mixed with alcohol
it was a very dark or brown liquid that everyone remembers putting on cuts and it would sting
like crazy. But this is pure iodine in water and it’s
being controlled at a certain ph and this is being used to actually treat nail fungus. Iodine kills viruses, it kills bacteria, it
kills fungus. But the problem was how do we control it to
get it into the nail. So this is something I’ve just been introduced
to and I’ve started to use with my patients that might be a solution for people to use
themselves at home. It’s called “One Minute Clear Nails” and
it’s a really interesting concept. All we have to do is spray the affected toenails
three times, so three pumps, twice a day. So it’s a clear liquid, nothing like that it’s
safe to use on the skin. Because it is in water, an aqueous solution,
it is able to treat the nail and touch that nail fungus and kill it. The second part of this treatment is that
every other week, I’m getting them to soak their affected toes in this pure iodine solution. It’s clear, it doesn’t have a heavy odor,
it doesn’t have that same stain, like the old tincture does, and this seems to be killing
nail fungus. We still have to debride the nail as much
as possible. We make the nails as thin as possible. But now you have something at home that you can soak
your toes in, kill the fungus in between treatments, and hopefully give us a better shot. That is something I am still introducing
in the clinic, seeing how the results are, but I thought I would bring it out and share
with you guys because iodine is actually organic, it’s natural, it’s something that we need
in our diet every single day. But in this formulation with the way it is
mixed in water it is able to kill nail fungus. So I’m hoping that this might be a real solution
for all types of nail fungus. So this is how I would suggest you guys tackle
nail fungus. How severe is the nail fungus? Is is a portion of the nail or is the whole
nail affected? How many toenails are affected? Do all ten toenails have this kind of discoloration or fungal look or is it just one? And numer three is how damaged is your toenail? Is it very thick or still flat? If you have a very severe nail fungus where
the whole nail is infected with nail fungus all the way to the bottom, you’ve had it for
a long time but it is just one toenail, you can try you know the topical or laser treatment
to see how it works. But after four to six months if nothing is
really improving, that’s when you know you have to go for the aggressive treatment. If you have over four to five nails affected
six or seven or all ten, usuallly it’s better to go toward more of an aggressive treatment such as oral medication coupled
with a topical to try and treat it but again, if you are under that three to four nail mark,
something sometimes just starting with a topical and laser might do your trick. So based on those three factors, you can have
to find your way what might be best for you. At the end of the day, I have a simple equation
that’s going to improve your chances of success with nail fungus. You need a daily routine treatment whether
it is a topical medicine or pill you have to be doing somehting every single day with
some sort of ointment or treatment applied to the nails. You need to have the nail reduced or filed
down or debrided on a regular basis. This gives the best opportunity for the medicine
or treatment to get into the nail and remove as much of the bad, dead nail fungus. You need a lot of patience. Patience and determination to really be
applying the medicine and going to the routine treatment and of course at the very end of
it, time. Time is the only thing that’s going to tell
if the treatment is working. So if you are doing something every single
day, your daily treatment, you’re having your nails
filed regularly, you’re having the patience to continue to do this treatment for possibly
six months a year, year and half, two years and you’re taking the time to watch the nail
grow out, this is going to give you your highest chance of success that’s of clearing your
nail fungus. Hope this give you a little more of an insite
into nail fungus. It’s not an easy game. It’s a complex situation that even with all
the advancements in medical health, we’re still having problems with but I’m hoping
that this gives you a little bit more information and tools to kind of guide yourself to what
might be the best treatment for you.


  1. Hi Jonathan, love your video's but you really need a mic. when you do these. It's very difficult to hear you without one. Thanks and keep the video's coming.

  2. My elderly mom had a bit of nail fungus on her second toe. I used a topical OTC anti fungal on her toe, applied after I would file the nail a bit with a Dremel. Took close to a year, but it is all gone!

  3. Hey toe bro…how are you doin?? Please review what is good and bad when doing pedicure if gel polish or acrylic are not healthy for toe nails??? Thanks

  4. And most IMPORTANT, if you see ONE nail start to fungus act IMIDIATLY!!! If not all your toes Will be infected GUARANTEED

  5. I think i have a thick nail, i taking a patient to the room and the wheelchair went over my toe and from there seven years ago and is very thick.

  6. Always a pleasure to see you doing well and we are thankful for all of your advice. Keep it up Jonathan! God bless you man for dealing with the hard stuff so we can learn from you and your expertise.

  7. Great video, but I could hardly hear you (even at max. volume). I've never had this problem before with your videos… Did you do something different this time?

  8. Was at school… SLAM
    Edit: btw, great job explaining! A whole variety of information!
    Edit: thanks the ❤️. Love ya!

  9. 3% hydrogen peroxide works great on nail fungus, it's cheap, readily available, safe to use and easy to apply. Just put a few drops down the back of the infected nail and see it fizz, leave for a minute or two and rinse. Do this 2 to 3 times daily. It takes a while to work as you say but it is very effective. HTH

  10. Hey Jonathan, my grandmother professed that soaking your feet in bleach water would help kill fungus in the nail and Athletes Foot.
    Any thoughts?

  11. Nice to see a new video with a lot of information. Thank you! I thought you disappeared off the face of the earth!

  12. Great video Toe Bro ✊ when your patients soak their feet in the pure iodine every other week do they have to mix it with anything?

  13. I have something on my big toes only that a pedicure lady called wooding. It looks like channels going from the end of the nail part way to the nail bed.

  14. Hi!! Glad you're back!! I was afraid the explosion that happened at the Bombay Bhel restaurant was related to you being absent…I'm glad it's not!! Great to see you back, and, please, take care of yourself…your "toe bros" will be here, waiting!!

  15. Thank you for being such a great person and sharing your knowledge as well as your family with us all in YouTube land. You've discussed a mass of different topics which is very informative as well as appreciated.I was just curious if you could do a segment on taking care of baby feet for first-time parents and grandparents who might need refreshing.

  16. I'm so happy to see you back Jon but I've been so worries about the punishing schedule you put yourself under. As I've told you before (nag nag nag nag) you have to look after Toe Bro first. Your Toes will here waiting. Much love xxx

  17. Great info, but it was very hard to hear, You may want to ck your mike sound level next time, don't want to miss out on all the important info, and the great banter between you and your customers!

  18. Sorry the sound isn't very loud! The English closed captions are added to the video. You need to turn them on. Thank you for your patience!

  19. really wish I could hear this …has information I really hoped to be able to use for my husband please re…record it or fix the audio…. so disappointed even with my computer volume at the top I can barely hear it.

  20. I noticed I hadn’t seen a video from you in a while! I’m glad you took the time you needed – your own health and well-being is more important than having a video out every day 🙂

  21. Jonathan, you are working too much. Please take care. God bless your hands. Quisiera saber si tú podrías mandarme esos dos últimos productos. Déjame saber cuánto es y te lo envío 📦. Cuídate mucho. TODOS aquí y allá te necesitamos.
    Un abrazote grandotote 😘🤗💐💐💦

  22. I am so glad to see you again. Also I'm so excited for your seminar even though there's no way I can attend it lol!

  23. We missed you Toe Bro. II was concerned for you. hope everything is well in your world. Best wishes.

  24. Hi Jon ! Your presentation was interesting and very informative. Can we expect to hear you talking about Some little baby toes joining your family?🌹🌹💜💙

  25. I’m wondering if tea tree oil or oil of oregano, which are anti fungal, antibacterial, and antiviral work?

  26. As always, your videos are very informative. I'll be really interested to see how the One Minute Clear Nails "Single Toe Nail" Fungus Kit works for your patients. Keep us updated, please. Writing from Philadelphia,PA USA

  27. Right Jonathan picture the scene, at my docs many years ago about my fungal big toe nails, what advice did she give me "oh it can take years to get rid of that just keep painting you toe nails" she was a right numpty!!!! You couldn't make it up could you. Yours is wise advice indeed catch it quick and it's kiss your fungal toe nails goodbye hopefully. x

  28. A 50/50 vinegar or h2O2 solution followed by tea tree oil works fine. Yodo Blanco has been available for ages if you want to use decolorized iodine.

  29. Ya know sometimes you actually get a better video and sound with a bleeping smart phone and no editing than with a separate mike that can and often does mess up. Okay I do own a couple of older cameras than can do better sound than this with the build in mike.

  30. First of all, I could hear you with no problem.
    Second of all, I think it a woman that is recording for you because at about 7:18 she sounds like she’s moaning!! 😂 Too funny!

    Thanks for all the great videos this month.

    Love and hugs to you from Illinois 🙋🏼

  31. Thank you for your videos. May I ask you a question? If you don’t want to reply that’s fine.. I am diabetic and I had a injury to the bottom of my foot. So that it could heal a bit I had to get a cast. The cast was very tight and a closed toe. After two weeks my toes were purple and I ended up having to have my nails removed. Since they were injured does that mean they will grow back thick.

  32. I've missed your videos and you as well! Please don't forget about your health and overall wellbeing may it be physical, mental and/or emotional. 💕 Always take care kuya 😬

  33. How do I cure my toes of fungus I clean my foot I cut my nails but I can’t get into the nail where the fungus is

  34. Hello there Mr.ToeBro, I have only been watching your videos for a couple months, and im already seeing tremENDOUS results in my toe nails!! Thanks a million ToeBro, you are my HERO!!!!! LOVES N HUGS!!!!!

  35. It took a long time but tea tree oil and the fungus oil helped heal mine. I used it twice daily, plus constant scrubbing helped me.

  36. There is another way, it involves making tiny holes in the nail using a drill followed by regular topical applications of anti-fungal medicine like Lamisil (Terbinifine).

  37. all ten are deformed and rather thick and crumbly. not easy to trim. wish i had a grinder like i seen you use.

  38. Topical treatments are great for mild cases but, the problem I'm told is patients don't use the medicine as directed regularly over the treatment therapeutic time required. Usually 3 months of treatment cures a toenail fungal infection. My question is does the following oral medicine work from your experience if the fungus is in the nail bed and a severe case ?
    Fluconazole (flu-con-ah-zole)
    Griseofulvin (griz-e-oh-full-vin).
    Itraconazole (it-rah-con-ah-zole)
    Terbinafine (ter-bin-ah-fine)

    I think combination therapies are the best treatment option in severe cases. example oral medication for 3 months, surgery and topical medications. Realistically this is a tough battle probably take could take longer than 18 months to visually seeing results etc… Don't forget you have to treat the source of the fungus, example shower etc… But, I think with modern treatment it's definitely winnable.

    In addition, realistically I heard following so, please correct me Toe Bro or any one reading this if I'm wrong, I'm only a medical student at this time hoping to learn and grow in medicine.

    Nail fungus can be stubborn. A toenail grows out in 12 to 18 months. If you had a severe infection, "it’s possible to clear the infection." A healthy looking nail, however, may be unrealistic, but you can "expect the nail to look better and feel more comfortable."

    This is I think the truth but as a medical student w/o experience I must yield to my mentors, like the Toe Bro. There are no cons or games in treating foot fungus. Fungus is dangerous it's not only a aesthetic foot problem it's a systemic medical problem. Foot specialists and others are not trying to lead you along for your money it takes a long time to cure and again you can clear the infection; a totally healthy looking nail, however, may be unrealistic, but you can "expect the nail to look better and feel more comfortable."

    Even with clearing, nail fungus can return. It's in shower's nursing home etc… You’ll find steps to reduce your risk but, there are ways to prevent this from happening again.

    PS – Also, in the picture of the patient show longitudinal ridges in the nail which, tells me the patient could have other medical problems. If your body is low in protein, calcium, zinc, or vitamin A, a deficiency can sometimes be revealed by ridges in your fingernails. Onychorrhexis is the medical term used to describe longitudinal ridges on the nails that often accompany brittle nails common in aging possibly due to a slowing of cell turnover. This is when new skin cells produced below the surface of your skin rise up to take the place of dead cells that are discarded from the surface. But, proceed with caution with ridged nails they signal other problems including malnutrition, heart attack (myocardial infarction), severe infections, and metabolic disturbances, including poorly controlled diabetes. Yes, it is also a sign of peripheral circulation problems, peripheral vascular disease. Rheumatoid arthritis, sometimes causes longtiudinal ridges referred to as rheumatoid disease. Iron deficiency anemia can also trigger vertical ridges and changes to your nails that make them concave, or spoon-shaped. I find it very interesting what a simple look at a nail could diagnose.

    In addition, Methylene blue was once used in Cyanokits as a antidote for cyanide smoke inhalation from house fires etc… Some materials when burned produce a cyanide gas. It actually turns all the urine, stool and wounds blue. Methylene Blue is no longer used there have a new Cyanokit design I guess the reason it was changed, as the Toe Bro stated, is for safety and less liver damage.

    Thanks again Toe Bro.

  39. My husband has been using "Tαkαnu Yuzo" (Google it) for pretty much 20 weeks, and also he is putting it on his toe nail twice everyday. The nail appears great right now. I began making use of it between my toes for breaking, scratchy skin. .

  40. My sister’s big toe nails have a fungus infection for Decade now. She did not want to have it remedied. I find the potency of this fungus treatment plan Tαkαnu Yuzo (Google it) great! Based on her, she could now use flip flops as well as show her feet for the first time in several years.

  41. Siento mucho no entender tu idioma pero me entusiasma ver tus trabajos. Podrías darnos una pequeña información también en Español🐾

  42. I was put on numerous medications both oral and topical and none of them worked. Finally I got tired of the side effects of the meds and the goop. what I do now is 91% alcohol in an dropper bottle. After every shower I gently push back the cuticles on the toenails while they are soft and clean around them once a week to get rid of the “cheese” that builds up. After every shower I put a few drops of the alcohol on each toe nail. In hot weather I do it half way through the day too. 10 months later, gone completely. Now I still do the alcohol after every shower and the fungus has never returned. I only treat the nail bed and the edges and I cut off the nail that had lifted.

  43. People, if you can't hear him and are listening on your cell phone, first turn off all sound in your room. Then get a drinking glass and "cup" it at the end of your phone, where the speaker is, so you're creating a "cave" to push the sound in to. You're only inserting the speaker end a hair into the glass. It will amplify the sound and make it louder. ☺️ Hope this helps.

  44. Pretty sure I have candida onychomycosis in 2 nails… They're extremely damaged and dark colored and even when I don't pick at it, the nail bed just peels off :((

  45. Sir! Your bed side manor is exemplary! My grandfather had thick yellow toenails for as long as I had known him. I’m confident had he lived since I learned of you, and if we lived in Canada, you would have alleviated much of his discomfort.

  46. Nail fungus requires time to heal even with a solution. My lover has been using this fungal treatment "Tαkαnu Yuzo" (Google it) twice a day for months. The process is actually effective. Within few weeks, his 2 pinkie and big toes are healed; nonetheless, obstinate fungus infection on the nail’s edge is actually challenging to get rid of.. .

  47. Now that a year has gone by since the original posting do you have an update on the patient results of using the iodine solution? I'm an RN in the States so always interested in the latest and greatest.

  48. I got my fungus on both big toes from a cheap foot pedicure place. Thea probably didn't disinfect their instruments. My nails also got nail polish on and weeks later, when U removed it, there was the fungus. For 15 years I am treating them with topical medicine and filing them flat. Since I am 55 and a smoker I will never get rid of it. But it's quite ok now, not too bad. In summer I wear nail polish, in Winter I go without and let air get on my toe nails and put topical on every day. That's how I keep it the way it is.

  49. Remedies for nail fungus infection don`t work over night. My partner has been making use of this fungal treatment “Tαkαnu Yuzo” (Google it) 2 times a day for months. He found the treatment absolutely effective. In just couple weeks, his two pinkie and big toes are treated; however, persistent fungus infection on the nail’s edge is really challenging to get rid of.. .

  50. My sister’s big toe nails have a fungus infection for Ten years now. She didn`t want to have it addressed. I find the strength of this fungus treatment solution “Tαkαnu Yuzo” (Google it) satisfactory! According to her, she could now wear flip flops and also show her feet for the first time in many years. .

  51. Solutions for nail fungus infection do not work overnight. It`s been a few months since my partner utilized this fungal treatment solution “Tαkαnu Yuzo” (Google it) twice daily for his nail. He found the treatment absolutely effective. Using the program, he was able to heal his huge toes and two pinkie but he`s yet to get rid of the fungus on the nail’s edge. .

  52. It`s been 10 years since my sister got her big toe nails contaminated with fungus infection. She didn`t intend to have it treated. I find the potency of this fungus treatment plan “Tαkαnu Yuzo” (Google it) satisfactory! For the very first time in many years I could wear sandals and I can show my feet!. .

  53. My husband has been utilizing “Yοmkοzα Yuzo” (Google it) for almost 20 weeks, and he`s putting it on his toe nail one or two times everyday. The program has efficiently brought back the normal condition of his nail. Furthermore, I used it to cure the breaking, tickly skin between my toes. .

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