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Lotrimin (clotrimazole) ultra: can be purchased OTC.Get a more detailed answer ›
I think my son has ringworm and now I have a small one on my face. Can you prescribe medication. We have been already using lotrimin (clotrimazole) but need stronger?
Two issues: The public HT site does not offer diagnosis and or treatment.If you can find a HT prime doc that will accept you, some of those services are possible.Read the site info. If your assumption is correct, lotrimin (clotrimazole) applied twice a day is adequate for ringworm, but may require more than a week to see any change. Treatments for ringworm will not help a skin problem caused by something else. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You could: but they are both anti fungal creams, so I'm not sure what extra benefit you would obtain. ...Read more
Yes: They are 2 different anti-fungal medications.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: You can use them together without a problem. ...Read more
I've been using lotrimin (clotrimazole) ultra everynight for a month, why do my balls still itch?
Wrong diagnosis?: Fungal infections usually affect the groin, especialking he skini of the upper thighs, not the scrotum itself. Itching of the scrotum is more often due to excessive attention: too much washing or too much itching. The answer may be to leave your balls alone for awhile. ...Read more
My husband a really bad case of jock itch and says that lotrimin (clotrimazole) ultra is good stuff. Will that help him?
What do you suggest if my husband has a really bad case of jock itch and says that lotrimin (clotrimazole) ultra is good stuff considering that?
Either: Either one can be used. Both of them are different low percent anti-fungals that are over the counter. However, depending on where the seborrheic dermatitis is located, different formulations might be more effective. For example, in the scalp, over the counter ketoconazole or prescription strength works well even combined with a topical corticosteroid. ...Read more
2 weeks: I think 2 weeks of applying the medication would be a fair time frame. Keep in mind not all medication works on all coonditions and sometimes you may have to switch to a different medication. On the feet, you can try applying a mositurizer first as the skin on the bottom of the foot is thicker and tis will soften to allow better penetration of the antifungal. ...Read more