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Nystatin: Nystatin is used to treat thrush and is not an azole.
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A rash.: Erythema multiforme is a rash that is the final common pathway of many different conditions - often allergic type reactions to virus or medication. T ... Read More
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Severe skin reaction: Severe skin reaction that can be fatal. Usually caused by medications, lupus or malignancy.
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Can be.: Em is usually minor but can be fatal. The minor form is much more common and self limited. The major form involves mucous membranes, is much more ext ... Read More
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Depends: Erythema multiforme is a rash that is the final common pathway of many different conditions - often allergic type reactions to virus or medication. T ... Read More
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See details: This is a skin condition generally caused by an allergic reaction or an infection. The exact underlying mechanism is unknown but it probably the resul ... Read More
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Figure out the Cause: Erythema multiform can have many causes, but the most common in herpes simplex virus infection (cold sores). Treat the cause and give supportive care ... Read More
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2-6 weeks: It depends on what caused it in the first place and whether or not it is mild or severe.
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Redness and swelling: Watch out for progressive and severe redness and swelling that may produce blistering which may lead on to secondary bacterial infections.
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