The fungus that commonly grows under toenails is called onychomycosis and tinea unguium, according to Mayo Clinic. The fungus appears as white or yellow spots under fingernails or toenails. More »

Toenail fungus causes the nails of the toes to become visibly distorted, brittle or thickened, according to Healthline. Sometimes there is also a distinct odor emitting from the infected nail. More »

The Mayo Clinic states that over-the-counter antifungal nail ointments and creams, Vicks VapoRub, and trimming and thinning the nails are home remedies for toenail fungus. Oral antifungal drugs, medicated nail polish and... More »

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