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lotrimin ultra antifungal cream with butenafine hydrochloride or lotrimin antifungal cream with clotrimazole to cure male yeast infection?

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Dr. Judith Wolf
40 years experience Infectious Disease
Both are effective: Both products are antifungals. Though chemically different, they are both FDA approved and prescribed to treat "jock itch" and "athlete's foot".
Answered on May 11, 2019
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Dr. Michael Ein
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No and yes: Lotrimin (clotrimazole) is very safe. It is used for yeast and fungal infections of the skin.
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Yes: some of it is apt to slide out. It can be helpful if you use it before bed because then you will be supine.
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Yes: It ought to work.
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