Is Toenail Fungus Contagious? Answered by Houston Podiatrist Dr. Andrew Schneider

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Dr. Andrew Schneider, a podiatrist in Houston, TX, answers whether a fungus toenail is contagious. Fungal toenails are very common condition seen by foot specialists. Fungus grows on our feet and in our shoes, causing infections with trauma. The fungus is contagious, but not easily so.
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A podiatrist and foot surgeon in Houston, TX.