Epidemic Onychomycosis: Is there any way to cure it?

The ship's surface is thickened, twisted, yellowed, with powdery substance, which is clinically highly 指甲變黃 reminded of onychomycosis, commonly known as onychomycosis. If a diagnosis is required, fungal microscopy or fungal culture examination is recommended.

For the treatment of onychomycosis, antifungal drugs are the first choice.

However, due to the thick surface of the boat, conventional topical antifungal creams have poor permeability, and the treatment results are unrealistic. At present, for mild onychomycosis, you can try topical amorolfine liniment treatment, 1 to 2 times a week, for 9 to 12 months.

Epidemic Onychomycosis: Is there any way to cure it?

Treatment of onychomycosis

However, according to your description, your current onychomycosis may still require systemic use of antifungal drugs. At present, terbinafine hydrochloride tablets or itraconazole capsules are preferred.

The above-mentioned two oral antifungal drugs are safe, and adverse reactions are rare. There may be gastrointestinal reactions, headaches, and very liver function. Terbinafine hydrochloride has a slightly smaller effect on the liver, while itraconazole needs to be metabolized by the liver.

Therefore, it is necessary to check liver function and viral hepatitis screening before taking the medicine.

The diagnosis was confirmed by mycoscopy. If onychomycosis is diagnosed, it is recommended to take oral medication or oral medication combined with topical medication after liver function examination. Terbinafine hydrochloride tablets, once a day, 250 mg, continue for 3 months; or itraconazole capsules, twice a day, 200 mg each time, taken with meals or taken with milk, used for 1 week every month, 3 months in total Months.

Onychomycosis is relatively rare, but at present, the cure rate of oral antifungal drugs is high, and the significant improvement + cure rate is about 70%, so you must have confidence.

There are reports about the use of laser to treat onychomycosis, but the best plan and curative effect are still uncertain, and routine use is not recommended.

The recognized risk factors for onychomycosis include: advanced age, swimming, tinea pedis, psoriasis, diabetes, immune deficiency, genetic susceptibility, and onychomycosis patients among family members who live all the way. In order to avoid recurrence, the above factors should be tried as much as possible avoid.

Washing hands immediately after fighting a disease can reduce the risk of infection.

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