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What Leads To Toenail Fungus & What Are Its Risk Factors?
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Toenail fungus can develop in any person at any age. Its incidence is commonly marked in the old people who are above 60 years. It is more common in people who have weak immunity or have an immune compromised disease such as AIDS, diabetes, etc. If it is left untreated, it may spread to other nails. The risk factors that can elevate the chances of developing toenail fungal infection involve old age, high perspiration, and medical history, athlete’s foot, walking barefoot, skin injury, diabetes, and weak immunity.

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