Fungal infections of the nails of the hands and feet

The signs of a fungal infection in an ingrown nail include:

The nail looks discolored (usually white or yellow)

Brittle nail

They crumble or have rough or jagged edges

Thick nail

It gets separate from the nail bed

It is bent down or distorted

You may also feel pain or discomfort in the fingernails or toenails affected. Any person can get a fungal infection in a nail, but these are more common in adults over sixty years of age. It is especially common in people with diabetes or circulation problems. Men are more predisposed than women to suffer from fungal infections of the nails.

It may be difficult to know where or how did you get the fungal infection of the nails. A warm and wet place is appropriate for a fungus to grow. If you often wear heavy work boots that make your feet warm and sweaty, a fungus can grow around your toenails. People often have wet hands, for example, people who wash dishes in restaurants and people who make living cleaning houses, are more likely to have fungal infections of nails.

Sometimes, several members of the same family get fungal infections in their nails at the same time. This can happen because their immune systems are not able to fight infection very well or because the infection is transmitted when they use the same towels.

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