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Treatment: Treatment consists of antifungal creams and/or oral medication. You can start with over the counter creams for most skin and vaginal fungal infections. If the area is wide spread or does not resolve with over the counter creams, then you will need to see your doctor for a prescription cream and/or prescription oral medication. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tobramycin side effects "prolonged or overuse can lead to eye problems such as fungal infections, risk of glaucoma and cataracts". Define prolonged?
Fungal sinusitis: Sinusitis involves inflammation & infection of the sinuses. Most often bacteria are the cause but occasionally mold & fungi can grow inside. This is most common in patients with allergies and those that have had multiple infections along with chronic sinus pressure and drainage. Sometimes a ct scan of the sinuses can help diagnose fungal sinusitis but often diagnosis is made during sinus surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My genitals itch and when I scratch, the top layer of skin flakes off- sometimes in large peices. Anti-fungal creams don't work. ?
Myself and my wife suffering from fungal infection due to intercourse. is FAS 3 kit works for us. if yes how to take?
No: better if you both get examined, taking meds empirically wouldn't help, goodluck ...Read more
Tough to treat: Unfortunately, nail fungus is hard to get rid of. There are many topicals and otc remedies, but they do not often work. The best treatment is with oral antifungal meds - which can have systemic effects. Citrus seed extract & caprylic acid have some antifungal properties with perhaps fewer side effects. Treating sugar issues, intestinal flora imbalance, and vascular issues may help as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Hiatal hernias are generally only of consequence when very large. These large hiatal hernias are called paraesophageal hernias. They can cause symptoms like chest pain, difficulty swallowing, reflux, and anemia to name a few. Not sure why you are linking these to fungal infections, but there is no obvious connection. If vomiting is a problem, recurrent pneumonia could have a fungal element. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Blastomycosis is a fungal infection that occurs in the eastern 1/3 of the us. It is usually a pulmonary infection. Treatment is with antifungal agents. Azoles-ketoconazole, itraconazole, Fluconazole and voriconazole are usually used. Life threatening or central nervous system infections are treated with liposomal amphotericin b. ...Read more