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Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment for Nail Fungus

 Onychomycosis or fungal infections are common on both fingernails and toenails. These infections are caused by a group of fungus known as dermatophytes. These dermatophytes would enter the back of the nail and would start destroying the keratin layer of the infected nail. Because the nail serves as a barrier, it is hard to reach the fungi for treatment.  A nail that is infected with onychomycosis or nail fungus would show symptoms such as dullness and yellowing of the nails. Although not a serious disease, nail fungus infections should not be ignored since it can be contagious. Treatment should be administered as soon as the symptoms appear so that the spread of the infection can be prohibited. Nail fungus can be treated by using oral anti-fungal drugs or by using topical treatments. One topical treatment that is known to be effective in removing nail fungus is hydrogen peroxide.

Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) is a liquid chemical compound having characteristics of a weak acid. It is more viscous than water and has strong oxidizing properties. Besides being a good disinfectant and oxidizing agent, hydrogen peroxide is also used as a powerful bleaching agent. Like bleach, hydrogen peroxide is also effective in eradicating the nails of the fungi that is infecting them. The oxidative property of hydrogen peroxide breaks down the cells of the fungi causing it to die.

The treatment of nail fungus with hydrogen peroxide is called oxidative therapy. The commonly used topical treatment for nail fungus is the 3% hydrogen peroxide solution which can easily be purchased over the counter at local supermarkets or drug stores. A higher concentration than 3% is known to cause skin irritation.

In treating nail fungus, it is important to cut the nail short first so that it would be easier for the hydrogen peroxide to reach the fungi hiding underneath the nail. It is best to saturate a cotton ball with hydrogen peroxide and then applying it directly on the infected area then letting it dry. To ensure best results, these steps should be repeated daily for several weeks until nail is again healthy.

Like any other treatment, the use of hydrogen peroxide would not be effective unless it is performed religiously. Once the nail is restored to its healthy state, it is important to keep them dry always in order to prevent further fungal infections. 


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Yes - you can - they are both fungus based and can spread to the toes if not treated very quickly!



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