My name is Mary Glen and I have suffered from frequent fungal and yeast infections since I was a child. The good news is that after many long years of experimenting with different treatment approaches, discussing my condition with health professionals in at least 3 different countries, joining a support group of fellow sufferers and conducting in-depth research, I no longer have ugly looking fungal toenails and no longer suffer from yeast infections.
I don’t want my experience to go to waste which is why I have put together this website as a resource to help other sufferers. But I also have a specific goal which is to help 1,000 people with chronic fungal infections become fungus free each year.
As you read through the articles you’ll notice a mix of personal reflections, information from several recognized medical sites such as the Mayo clinic, MedicineNet, as well as details from the US Federal Government on health issues and comprehensive descriptions of the different disorders from the US National Library of Medicine.
But while the descriptions of toenail fungus infections, other forms of ringworm and yeast infections are easy to come by, when it comes to treatment information and specific product recommendations, things can become rather confusing. You may find the occasional site comparing multiple products in a comprehensive way – addressing both positive and negative aspects, but mostly you’ll come across sites that only provide information on individual products and present them only in glowing terms.
But I’ve done some digging and during the course of my research I was pleased to find several product manufactures providing independent test results on the effectiveness of their products. I’ve drawn on this information where available. I’ve also reviewed several mainstream press articles discussing fungal disorders and their treatment and will continue to do so as more emerge.
Ultimately the best information is based on the opinion of qualified doctors and health specialists as well as feedback from users. I think you’ll agree.
This is particularly the case with fungal infections where treatment times are long and the key factor determining the success or failure of a particular treatment is the ability to stick to a consistent application routine over several weeks and months.
When I finally understood that this was the key, I developed tracking sheets and a process to help me stick to a regular treatment routine. I’ve adapted my original method for the site and developed a resource guide with downloadable tracking sheets. You’ll also find comparison tables, definition guides and anatomy diagrams sprinkled throughout the articles on the site.
Ultimately my goal is to equip people suffering from fungal infections with the knowledge to move forward with confidence. I’d love your thoughts on how I’m doing. Please feel free to contact me and I’ll be happy to listen to your feedback and help you in any way that I can.
Please note however that the articles on this site are based on my personal research and experience on this topic, and in no way should be regarded as medical advice. My intention is to point you to some useful information so you can have a better understanding of fungal diseases and their treatment. Please seek advice from medical professionals prior to your treatment and read this disclaimer policy.
I’m glad you are here.