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The treatment of ingrown toenails depends on the severity of the condition. For an ingrown toenail that is not infected or causing only minor pain, home remedies such as soaking the affected foot in warm water and medica... More »

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To relieve pain from an ingrown toenail using home remedies, MedicineNet recommends soaking the affected foot, taking over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs and elevating the foot. Soak the foot for 15 to 20 minutes in... More »

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To remove an ingrown toenail, the Mayo Clinic suggests going to a doctor to have it removed. Soak the toe at home a few times per day, and place an antiseptic cotton swab under the nail, suggests MedlinePlus. Do not remo... More »

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Patients can fix ingrown toenails by encouraging the nail to grow upwards instead of into the skin, according to Mayo Clinic. If this solution doesn't work, doctors or specialized nail technicians can fix the nail with m... More »

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To heal cracked, yellow toenails, patients should apply an oral antifungal medicine to toenails as prescribed by a physician, such as griseofulvin or itraconazole, according to WebMD. Over-the-counter antifungal cream or... More »

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One home remedy for nail fungus on finger- or toenails involves using over-the-counter antifungal nail creams and ointments to treat the condition, suggests Mayo Clinic. Before applying the medication, file off any white... More »

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White spots on the toenails are a common symptom of a fungal condition referred to as white superficial onychomycosis, according to WebMD. As the condition progresses, the surface of the nail becomes softer. Over time, t... More »

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