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Fungal Nail Infection

If your nail has changed colour or has become brittle and lifted away from your nail bed, you could be dealing with a fungal nail infection. Fungal nail infections usually happen on your toenails, as warm, sweaty socks and shoes can give fungi just what they need to thrive, but they can affect your fingernails too.

This is why many people pick up fungal nail infections after they’ve been to the gym, especially if you’ve been walking around barefoot in the changing room and then popping on your sweaty gym shoes. Those trainers are like a holiday home for the fungi that cause infections.

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Laura Henderson - Medical Content Writer
Laura Henderson
Medical Content Writer
James O'Loan - CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist
James O'Loan
CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist

How do fungal nail infection treatments work?

Fungal nail infections might look unpleasant, but they’re usually quite simple to treat, even if treatment can be slow going as your nail needs to grow out.

However, if your fungal infection is particularly nasty you may benefit from a course of antifungal tablets to help target the fungi and get rid of your infection. That’s where we step in.

Start your consultation with our prescribers from one of our product pages and you’ll be given some quick questions that will help them work out what’s going on and give them the information they need to prescribe the best possible treatment for you.

If the prescriber writes you a prescription, our pharmacy team will fill it and send it out to you right away in discreet packaging that will keep even the nosiest of neighbours in the dark.

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