How does nail fungus look like – and how does it feel?
You can get a sponge over most of the body – that is, everywhere on the skin and on the nails. When you get nail fungus, it turns out that the nail gets a yellowish or whitish discoloration, it becomes thicker and uneven. The nail might crack, and the negligents can crumble. Perhaps the nail also loosens from the skin.
You can have fungus in toenail and fingernails, but in most cases it is the toenails that are affected. This may be because the fingernails usually get more air than the toenails. In addition, there is a better blood supply to the fingernails than to the toenails.