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Miranel and the toe nail fungus cure

Reference #: 1,759
Submit Date: 14 Jun 2008
Browse Category: toenail fungus
Author: none
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Treatment used: miranel
You can buy this remedy at: drug store
Remedy will cost you: about $20
Country of Remedy: USA
Remedy Source: "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Peter Gott, Newspaper Collumnist, March 8, 2008
More Links about this Remedy: http://www.miranelbrands.com
# Comments posted to this remedy: 1
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Remedy Description

Source: "Ask the Doctor", Dr. Peter Gott, Newspaper Collumnist, March 8, 2008



Source: http://www.nwherald.com/articles/2008/03/08/lifestyle/columnists/doc47d32e9238fd3034399868.txt





Dear Dr. Gott: I have suffered for a long time with a fungus under my toenail. Iíve read through your column of success with Vicks therapy, but it isnít working

for me. Is there anything else you can suggest?









Dear Reader: Yeasts, molds and various fungi can cause infections under and around nail beds. Most infections are caused by the type of yeast that causes

athleteís foot. A healthy



person should not be affected by an infection. Problems arise for diabetics, those with weakened immune systems and many of the elderly.



According to many of my readers, Vicks or a store-brand mentholated chest-rub equivalent takes several months to work but has shown promise in controlling

fungus. If it doesnít work for you, speak with your primary-care physician to determine whether prescription medication might be appropriate for you.



Two better-known antifungals he or she might prescribe are Lamisil and Penlac. Determine insurance coverage, since some medications can cost more than $10 per

pill per day and must be taken for three months. A downside is the potential for side effects, including skin rash and liver damage. If you and your doctor

decide to go this route, have a liver test before beginning and on completion of the course of the drug. Should a rash



develop, call your doctor.



Some people have had success with vinegar. Experts suggest soaking the affected foot or feet in a mixture of one part vinegar to two parts warm water for 15 to

20 minutes. Rinse the feet and pat them dry. The process should be performed once or twice a week until the infection is under control.



Still another solution is Miranel



antifungal cream, available over-the-counter. While similar to Vicks in that it contains camphor, eucalyptus and menthol, it also has tea tree oil and



miconazole nitrate. With no ingestion of medication, there is no worry of liver damage, and, to the best of my knowledge, there have been no reports of skin

rash. If it isnít available at your pharmacy, ask your pharmacist to order it for you, or visit www.



miranelbrands.com

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Comment: avoid prescription medication

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Submit Date: 01 Jun 2009
Author: scientist
Email Address: none
More Links about this Remedy: http://www.miranelbrands.com

avoid prescription medication

scientist



they do not work, fugus will return after much money and risk to your health.