FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: KERYDIN

User Comments:


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “I started taking Kerydin one month ago for a toenail fungus that was diagnosed in June by my foot dr. I was not convinced that it was/is a fungus, but she is the dr. I started taking the oral medication but did not like the list of possible side effects, so I stopped it after 2 weeks. My medical Dr told me about Kerydin. So I thought I would give it a try. I took it for one month. During that time I began to have problems with my eyes: redness, itchiness, excessive tearing, blurriness. I could barely wear my contact lenses. None of these symptoms went away after wearing my glasses only for 2 weeks. 3 days ago I stopped using the Kerydin. My eyes are almost perfect again. I am able to wear my contacts again.”

Hane915 (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 18, 2017


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “I have been on this medication since Dec, 2016. I used it for at least 6 months straight, twice a day. It seemed to have minimal improvement. I took a break during the summer months so I can start re-wearing nailpolish. I went back to the podiatrist yesterday and they said it has improved. Funny thing is, I have not been using the Keridyn for at least 3-4 months so it improved by not using it… I have tried numerous home remedies as well as drug store over the counter products. Kerydin has given me the same results.. In fact I now have a fungus on my other foot since the last time I went in.. I am on a fifty dollar monthly that insurance does not cover.”

Anonymous (taken for 6 months to 1 year) September 13, 2017


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “I took this medication for an entire year and I noticed NO change whatsoever. I had given up then one year later I noticed 2 of the 4 nails that were infected had grown into healthy nails. Hopefully the other two get the hint.”

Ron123newjersey (taken for 2 to 5 years) May 21, 2017


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “I have been using this for about 6 mths or so and have found significant improvement. I also have been lucky because my insurance covers all but a $6.00 co pay. My right big toe had been thick, discolored and painful. My left big toe was on its way… At one point my right big toe had turned completely white and lifting up like you could just pull it off. It was dead! I went to a foot Dr. who presrcibed Kerydin…told me to keep my nails short and use daily. I also DO NOT polish my toe nails any longer!! I know it will take awhile but so far…I am impressed! Both bid toes have lost their thickness, no pain…still a little discolored, but I plan to continue on this plan as I definitely have seen great results! Update to come …”

Brendee (taken for 6 months to 1 year) April 30, 2017


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “My 5 year old was put on Kerydin due to 2 toenails having fungus. The fungus had been growing for the past year so it had gotten bad. After 6 months of zero improvement I asked her dermatologist for a different medication and he put her on Fluconazole for 30 days. Within 2 weeks we started seeing new toenail growth that was fungus free and her old toenail fell off. Within 30 days both toenails were finally fungus free! I would not recommend Kerydin.”

Mom2AMG January 31, 2017


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “Very expensive, smells, used this for over a year, no improvement. Previously, I was told by a VA nurse, my “thick nails are a common problem in older people.” B.S.! I’m sure the nurse didn’t have toenail fungus, she’s not living with someone who has toenail fungus, and I noticed she made sure she had on gloves when examining my toenails. Then I went to a Dermatologist, who loaded me up with all kinds of expensive medicine, none of which worked. So I am now trying home remedies, open toed shoes and moisture absorbing socks,”

63 and active (taken for 1 to 2 years) January 5, 2017

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