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The type of medication required will depend on the type of foot problem. For example if you have an infected ingrown toenail an anti-biotic may be prescribed to clear the infection. A fungal nail problem may require a topical or oral anti-fungal treatment.

A Podiatrist or your doctor will be best placed to advise on treatment for a foot problem.

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Tylenol with Coedine#3 does not releive pain. Ask your Doctor for a stronger medication

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