A lot of changes can happen to our fingernails and toenails that may make people think that they have the condition known as onychomycosis or tinea unguium. Any abnormality of the nails may be caused by several factors including fungal infections.

8Signs and Symptoms

The following are some of the possible changes to your toenails once infected with toenail fungus: part or the entire nail becomes yellow, green, white, or brown, debris may build up underneath the nail, nail begins to set off the nail bed, the nail’s surface may become powdery, soft, and dry, the nail becomes thin and can be easily scraped off, the nail thickens, and the nail may become brittle and split.

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