... wait until the new nail grows in
Itraconazole goes into your bloodstream and travels to the source of the infection underneath the nail so that it can fight the infection there. Improved nails may not be obvious for several months after the treatment period is finished because it usually takes about 6 months to grow a new fingernail and 12 months to grow a new toenail. Please read more: https://www.drugs.com/pro/itraconazole.html#ixzz0nsFwvy69
Perhaps one need not wait for the growth of the new mail, however it would be better to check it with your pharmacist/doc. who has prescribed the medication, hope this helps?
- Itraconazole Information for Consumers
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