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A patch of red, flaky, tight skin near my mouth. Nor anti fungal or anti bacterial creams have worked (prescribed). What next?
I have ringworm. Except I cannot rid my body of it. I shower frequently, use topical anti-bacterial cream, even anti-fungal cream. Nothing helps. ?
See a dermatologist: Also could be something else. Not every round or circular rash is a fungal infection. Could be something non-infectious such as psoriasis or nummular eczema. A dermatologist should be able to distinguish between these possibilities and can perform a fungal scaping and/or skin biopsy if necessary to sort things out. ...Read more
Small patch of red tight flaky skin on my face. Have tried an anti fungal, an anti bacterial and a hydrocortisone cream. What next please?
See a dermatologist: The next phase is to stop self-treating and to see a dermatologist. ...Read more
Pl inform the brand names of clotrimazole ip which is anti fungal and anti bacterial powder used a freshner. Is itavailable over-the-counter in usa.
Testicles sweat nd cause smell.Smell is not fishy.What should I use anti.Becterial cream or anti fungal cream:?
Not yet: If there is any irritation to the area, recommend anti-fungal cream. However, if there is no irritation, recommend increase hygiene, showers, srubbing with soap, and keeping dry, including possibility of using powder to keep area dry for few days. If you continue to have symptoms, discuss with primary care doc. Do not use anti-bacterial cream in area-increases chances of fungal growth and mrsa. ...Read more
No: Why would you think it would do that? ...Read more
I have spots on my body. Looks like age spots, but it's not. Tried anti fungal cream and Celltone. Spots are just increasing.
Consult Doctor: We can not tell you what it could be without examining the spots.I suggest you consult your Doctor or a Dermatologist ...Read more
Balanitis 4months not going away after several anti-fungal creams, referred to specialist, awaiting swab results. But could it be non-infectiou caus?
Go see your doc: Check out http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc1949217/ as there are many causes of angular cheilitis. So in order to effect a cure, we need to find cause. Bottom line: go see your doctor. ...Read more
Twice a day: for at least 2 weeks should be fine, ...Read more
I have jock itch. I am taking anti fungal pills n applying cream..but it's not reducing after one month. what else should I try at home?
Hi I have had what seems to be jock itch for a couple of weeks, I started using an anti fungal cream 5 days ago. How long untill it gets better :-)?
Depends ON How Bad: Typically, jock itch (tinea cruris) will be cleared within in 7-10 days of daily treatment. More involved cases may take longer. Cases that are resistant to specific creams, won't clear until you get the correct treatment. Sometimes the discoloration associated with the infection can take longer to clear, waiting for the skin cells to be replaced. ...Read more
Lamisil (terbinafine) or Lotrimin: These are the two topical antifungal medications recommended by a lot of doctors. Follow the directions and use for the prescribed treatment times. If they do not work see a podiatrist or dermatologist. ...Read more
How to treat skin thinning and splitting due to application of anti fungal cream, doesn't go for almost 1 year?
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