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When should my ringworm disappear?

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Slowly as treated

Topical antifungals may work relatively slowly but are generally quite effective in eradicating what are called "dermatophytes", or fungi which predominantly produce skin infection.
This should clear in several weeks.

In brief: Slowly as treated

Topical antifungals may work relatively slowly but are generally quite effective in eradicating what are called "dermatophytes", or fungi which predominantly produce skin infection.
This should clear in several weeks.
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