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onychomycosis/ nailfungus

I have a very stubborn toenailfungus. It started about 20 years ago and it's getting worse, almost all toenails have been infected by now.The nails are brittle, yellow, thick and look ugly (so I use some nailvarnish to cover it up..)When I was a teenager I had eczema in my face( white patches), later I developed acne on the shoulders and upperback (still have the scars..) and when I was 18 I had athlete's foot. After that the toenailinfection started by dropping a hammer on the big right toenail(auch,it was blue,black first and never became normal after that)Now I'm 50 years old, female and just started premenopause.I have little hope after everything that I've tried ( epsomsalts, teatree oil, ointments of all sorts etc.)but maybe homeopathy can help as I have not tried it before. I think of Silicea, Graphite,Thuya and arsenicum album or Antim.crudum. But which one to choose? I understand that in homeopathy you treat the person and not the disease, so if you want to know more about my constitution, please ask. I'm 1.70m long and approx 70kg ( I never use the scale for weight),my hair is thin and brown. Athletea foot and eczema run in the family,my brother has alopecia on his eyebrows.
[message edited by bebear on Mon, 03 Aug 2015 18:19:13 UTC]
  bebear on 2015-08-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Also have very dry and cracky feet all the time.
My fingernails look normal except for some white lines and spots but these come from gardening and digging with hands in the soil.
bebear 6 years ago

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