- In the initial stages of development, the fungus begins to appear on the feet and between the toes. Most often, people will notice peeling and redness in these areas, which after a while start to itch, very itchy, causing a lot of inconvenience and some discomfort. It is important to note that sometimes blisters may appear on the feet and between the toes. In the initial stages, drops for onychomycosis can help, but if you ignore the progression of onychomycosis, no cream or spray will do anything;
- If for some reason the first stage is missed, the second stage inevitably begins, which is much more serious in terms of the scale of the damage because the nail plate is affected. The nail changes color, which can be yellow, green, or even black, and then the nail begins to peel and move away from the main nail bed. Despite the time lost and the severity of the lesions, creams, drops, and sprays can still help at this stage;
- The final symptom is that wavy or vertical lines begin to appear on a person's nail plate, forming white or yellow spots.
Do not forget that delaying a visit to the dermatologist is detrimental to your own health, since fungus, like any other disease, is easier to treat in its initial stages.
- Some types of liver and kidney disease are chronic or acute in nature.
- The drugs are incompatible; as a rule, experts allow the simultaneous use of drops and oral medications.
- Children under twelve years of age.