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How can I cure fungal deseas?
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Dr. James Eitner
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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Dr. James Eitner
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Prevention Part 3
Check your body daily for possible infections and start treatment as soon as possible.
If you are in a team or partnered activity (wrestling, martial arts, etc), check each other over to prevent spread to one another. Shower and change clothes immediately after exercise. Spend as little time as possible in damp gym clothes. Wipe down gym equipment and mats with a 10% bleach solution daily.

In brief: Prevention Part 3
Check your body daily for possible infections and start treatment as soon as possible.
If you are in a team or partnered activity (wrestling, martial arts, etc), check each other over to prevent spread to one another. Shower and change clothes immediately after exercise. Spend as little time as possible in damp gym clothes. Wipe down gym equipment and mats with a 10% bleach solution daily.
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Dr. James Eitner
Family Medicine
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In brief: Prevention Part 1
Fungal infections like warm, dark, moist areas.
You want to keep susceptible areas as dry and cool as possible. Wear loose, cotton (breathable) clothing. Change clothing when it is damp (change socks/underwear several times a day if necessary). Leave the areas open to the air and light, when possible. Thuroughly dry after cleaning, use a hair dryer on cool, if needed. Allow shoes to dry.

In brief: Prevention Part 1
Fungal infections like warm, dark, moist areas.
You want to keep susceptible areas as dry and cool as possible. Wear loose, cotton (breathable) clothing. Change clothing when it is damp (change socks/underwear several times a day if necessary). Leave the areas open to the air and light, when possible. Thuroughly dry after cleaning, use a hair dryer on cool, if needed. Allow shoes to dry.
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Dr. James Eitner
Family Medicine
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In brief: Prevention Part 2
Wash towels frequently (daily, if infection present).
Wash or change exercise clothing daily, do not wear the same clothing day after day. If shoes are not drying out overnight, alternate pairs of shoes. When dressing, put on socks before underwear, to prevent catching toes on underwear and spreading foot fungus to crotch. Use a 10% bleach solution to spray the shower floor each day.

In brief: Prevention Part 2
Wash towels frequently (daily, if infection present).
Wash or change exercise clothing daily, do not wear the same clothing day after day. If shoes are not drying out overnight, alternate pairs of shoes. When dressing, put on socks before underwear, to prevent catching toes on underwear and spreading foot fungus to crotch. Use a 10% bleach solution to spray the shower floor each day.
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