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Why does my anti-fungal cream seem to have stopped working?

Why does my anti-fungal cream seem to have stopped working?

Uncertain: Which cream is it? What is being used to treat? Sure it is a fungal infection? How long has it been used? Are you diabetic or immunocompromised? ...Read more

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I have constant angular chillitis tried anti fungal creams nothing works help.?

I have constant angular chillitis tried anti fungal creams nothing works help.?

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

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If I shower a couple hours after applying anti fungal cream do I need to reapply it?

If I shower a couple hours after applying anti fungal cream do I need to reapply it?

Depends On The Cream: Some creams absorb into the skin quicker than others, some normally are applied every few hours. On a one time basis, i would suggest that you reapply the cream and then schedule your showers to occur prior to one of your scheduled applications of the cream. ...Read more

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What kind of anti fungal cream should i apply on jock itch?

What kind of anti fungal cream should i apply on jock itch?

Pharmacy: Go to nearest pharmacy and get an over the counter cream. They are usually in an aisle near the pharmacy. Ask the tech/Pharmacist if you need help. Tinactin is a brand name that comes to mind. ...Read more

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I started a anti fungal cream for jock itch. How long do I need to apply it? When will it cured?

I started a anti fungal cream for jock itch. How long do I need to apply it?  When will it cured?

Approx 2-4 weeks: If there are visible signs of the fungus i.E scaly skin you would want to use the medication until this disappears. Similarly, with the itching. ...Read more

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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 :-)?

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

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Can I use anti fungal cream for eyelids?

Can I use anti fungal cream for eyelids?

Not recommended: I highly doubt you have a fungal skin infection around you eyelids. Check with an eye doctor for the diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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What are some great anti fungal cream without prescription?

What are some great anti fungal cream without prescription?

Here are some for: yeast fungal infections. Over- the- counter medicines include: Micon 7, Monistat, Vagistat, Gynazole, Femcare, Gyne-lotrimin Mycelex, Monistat (miconzole), Vagistat-1 (tioconazole), Femstat (butoconazole) (buoconazole), Gyne-Lotrimin or Mycelex( clotrimazole). ...Read more

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Balanitis 4months not going away after several anti-fungal creams, referred to specialist, awaiting swab results. But could it be non-infectiou caus?

Balanitis 4months not going away after several anti-fungal creams,  referred to specialist, awaiting swab results. But could it be non-infectiou caus?

Get checked: perhaps another visit with your primary doctor is helpful. If worsening symptoms an urgent care or emergency room visit would be helpful to confirm the infection. ...Read more

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What is the best anti fungal cream for blisters andringworm ?

What is the best anti fungal cream for blisters andringworm
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Clotrimazole: None of the anti fungals are necessarily better than the next, but i tend to recommend Clotrimazole (lotrimin), which is available otc. Really bad ringworm might require a prescription for oral meds.. ...Read more

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What should I look for in an anti-fungal cream to treat athlete's foot?

What should I look for in an anti-fungal cream to treat athlete's foot?

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

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I am suffering from psoriasis on my scalp so many years and i have been buying and applying the anti-fungal cream. its not helping at all.

I am suffering from psoriasis on my scalp so many years and i have been buying and applying the anti-fungal cream. its not helping at all.

Not fungal: Psoriasis is not caused by a fungus and thus OTC shampoo for psoriasis will likely be more effective. If these preparations failed, then consult a dermatologist. Antifungal is maninly for seborrhea . ...Read more

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How long after using anti fungal cream is ringworm contagious?

How long after using anti fungal cream is ringworm contagious?

use it 2-4wks: Need to use it for 2-4 weeks until rash has completely gone away. If rash persists see your doctor for oral medication. ...Read more

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Is the anti-fungal cream in vagisil also good for athlete's foot?

Is the anti-fungal cream in vagisil also good for athlete's foot?

No: Medications for athlete's foot have an antifungal to address the fungal infection caused by this condition. Vagisil is benzocaine, a topical anesthestic that relieves the symptoms of the yeast infection. ...Read more