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Formula 3 Antifungal
Will yogurt/peroxide keep thrush at bay for last three days of amox so that it can heal with out medicine? Trying to avoid antifungals.
I have a alopecia batch on the back of head three month ago. Doctor gave me antifungal for a month and it turn into four differnt batches then he gav?
How long does otomycosis last with antifungal eardrops? Eardrops are administered 3 times a day for 10 days, with four drops.
Probably about 3-5: days and then the drops take over and resolve the infection ...Read more
Amphotericin B: Different antifungals are used for different fungal infections. The more potent may cause the worse side-effects. So for antifungals more potent is not necessarily better. Simple antifungals for simple infections, stronger and potentially more dangerous antifungals for life threatening infections. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not necessary: Yes, but why would you want to. ...Read more
What?: Will what go away on its own? ...Read more
Thrush: Thrush is a yeast infection which although quite common, is transient in most cases. Often, we see it not only in the mouth in antibiotic takers, but at the corners of the mouth in patients who have certain jaw structures. Be aware however that it can be this symptom of many other conditions including immune suppression. Be sure to check with your dermatologist or infectious disease specialist. ...Read more
If one, nothing: If you take one antifungal tablet, and you truly did not need it, nothing will happen. Of course, if you exceed the recommend dosage, that could be harmful. ...Read more
Nutritious food: There are different kinds of antifungal medications - so in some ways it's hard to answer this question exactly. There shouldn't be any major restrictions or avoidances with the majority of the antifungal medication class. I wonder more if whatever disease you're being treated for would be the limiting process - such as trouble swallowing or malnourishment. A nutritionist may be able to help you. ...Read more
Steroid cream: No, cortisone 10 is a low potency over the counter 1% hydrocortisone cream. It has no anti fungal properties. It may make some fungal infections initially better because it will decrease some inflammation and itch but shouldn't be used for more than 2 weeks without the direction of a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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