Nail Fungus - No Need To Keep Living With The Infection
What are the symptoms of nail infection?
Anyone can get a fungal nail infection. They are especially common in people with diabetes or circulation problems. Children hardly ever get fungal nail infections.
Primarily you may see, smell, or feel a nail fungus infection once it takes hold.
- Nails may look brownish, yellowish, or have little white patches. Some may even be brown or black.
- Nails may get flaky, brittle, and chipped.
- Bits of "gunk" or debris may collect under your nails.
Your nails may smell bad.
- Nails may get so thick that wearing shoes causes pain.
- Discomfort from the infection may make it hard to walk, work, or do other activities.