Self Health Treatment and Monitoring

Cure Ex

Cure Ex treatment has significant advantages over other treatment options of nail fungal infections.

Systemic treatment

The most effective treatment of nail fungal infections is systemic treatment, usually by oral application of anti-fungal medications. However, there are risks associated with systemic treatment, in particular eventual impairment of kidney and liver functions. These risks require constant medical supervision and frequent monitoring of blood chemistry.

There are undesirable side effects: sensitivity to sunlight, red, blistered and swollen skin, peeling, taste loss, vision and mood changes. Debridement of infected nail, often combined with oral medical treatment, may be very painful and affect daily routine.

Topical treatment

Topical treatments include medicinal creams, nail paints and lacquer. They have to be applied daily for prolonged periods of time.

Topical treatments have poor cure rates compared to systemic antifungal medication. They are associated with side effects: burning, stinging, redness and irritation of surrounding skin, as well as eventual blistering, swelling and oozing.

Cure Ex treatment is a cost-efficient alternative, effective and easy to apply, with no associated medical risks and no side effects.