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How do you heal moccasin type athletes foot?

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In brief: Topical

Anti-fungals work well.

In brief: Topical

Anti-fungals work well.
Dr. Alan Ettinger
Dr. Alan Ettinger
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In brief: Hygeine/medication

Wear absorbant socks, let feet air out when possible.
Dry thoroughly after bathing. A small amount of powder can be used in shoes. Spray shoes with lysol. Topical antifungals medication is first line treatment. In severe cases, oral medication can be used.

In brief: Hygeine/medication

Wear absorbant socks, let feet air out when possible.
Dry thoroughly after bathing. A small amount of powder can be used in shoes. Spray shoes with lysol. Topical antifungals medication is first line treatment. In severe cases, oral medication can be used.
Dr. Ronald Oberman
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Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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Moccasin-type infection is hard to treat because the sole of the foot is thick and does not respond well to non prescriptions antifungal.
Treatment often involves using a prescription antifungal cream that will penetrate into the sole of the foot. Sometimes, prescription oral antifungal medications are also used.Once moccasin-type athlete’s foot is healed, it is very important to take preventive.

In brief: Let me help

Moccasin-type infection is hard to treat because the sole of the foot is thick and does not respond well to non prescriptions antifungal.
Treatment often involves using a prescription antifungal cream that will penetrate into the sole of the foot. Sometimes, prescription oral antifungal medications are also used.Once moccasin-type athlete’s foot is healed, it is very important to take preventive.
Dr. Ahmad M Hadied
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