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🚫 Understanding and Treating Fungal Nail Infections 🍄

🚫 Understanding Fungal Nail Infections: A Guide for Bridgend and Surrounding Areas in South Wales 🍄

Are your toenails changing colour, becoming thicker, or breaking easily? These could be signs of a fungal nail infection, a common but often overlooked health issue affecting many in Bridgend and the broader South Wales region. Here’s what you need to know about recognizing and managing this condition:


What Is a Fungal Nail Infection? Fungal nail infections are caused by various fungi, with dermatophytes being the most common. Yeast and molds also can cause these infections, which may affect one or more nails, particularly in adults.

Common Symptoms:

  • Yellowing, thickening, or brittleness of nails

  • Build-up of debris under the nail

  • Distortion of the nail's shape

  • A foul smell emanating from the nail

Home Treatments:

  • Keep your nails clean and clipped short.

  • Apply over-the-counter antifungal sprays or creams.

  • Soak your feet in vinegar or antiseptic mouthwash.

  • Wear breathable shoes and change your socks daily to keep feet dry.



When to See a Specialist:

  • Home treatments don’t resolve the infection.

  • The infection spreads or worsens.

  • Pain or discomfort accompanies the infection.

  • Individuals with diabetes or weakened immune systems face higher risks of complications.


Early detection and treatment are crucial to prevent the spread of the fungus and avoid serious complications. If you’re in Bridgend or nearby in South Wales and suspect a fungal nail infection, FeetFlow Clinic is here to help.

📞 Call us at +447544922327 or visit our website at www.feetflow.co.uk for expert advice and advanced treatment options. Let’s keep Bridgend and its surrounding communities on their feet with healthy, pain-free steps!

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