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Went for follow up. Doc says the peelings aren't tinea pedis. Still prescribed Clotrimazole and Gris peg (griseofulvin) for left foot and small toe nail. Is this right?

Wrong Medication. If your not responding to this combination of drugs and your doctor says you do not have Tinea, perhaps a switch to just a strong corticosteroid cream alone may be a viable alternative. If that fails your doctor should have the tissue analyses for a specific diagnosis. Read more...

Skin under the left foot still has small peelings under the toes. Doc said it wasn't tinea pedis or athletes foot. Should I still apply the Clotrimazole?

If the doc said. It wasn't Tinea pedis what did the doc say it was? Wouldn't it be weird to tell you what it's not andnottell you what it is? If its not fungus, then I don't see the point in the antifugal cream ...so is it just dry skin? Eczema? Was a skin scrapping taking? . Read more...

Jul7 Doc said I had tinea pedis. Recently doc said I don't but still prescribed Clotrimazole. Is it eradicated? Still have small peelings but not in toes

Athlete's foot. Clotrimazol is Lotrimin, (clotrimazole) OTC. You still have it likely. Switching preparations helps sometimes if there is any fungal resistance. Keep your feet dry. Change your socks several times a day if necessary. Old sneakers should go in the garbage! Read more...

Doc says peeling on left foot is not tinea pedis nor athletes foot. Still prescribed Clotrimazole. Peelings are there, should I still apply the cream?

Peeling. It is possible that there is some fungal component ( tinea pedis and athlete's foot are the same thing ) , but a sample of the skin should be sent to a lab for culture and identification. See your podiatrist or a dermatologist . Read more...