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What can I use for athlete feet?
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Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Podiatry
3 doctors agree
In brief: Topical Antifungal
Most fungal infections of the feet respond well to antifungal creams, many of which you can pick up over the counter (ask your pharmacist to show you where to find them).
Apply twice daily to clean and dry skin.

In brief: Topical Antifungal
Most fungal infections of the feet respond well to antifungal creams, many of which you can pick up over the counter (ask your pharmacist to show you where to find them).
Apply twice daily to clean and dry skin.
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
Dr. Ellen Wenzel
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David Miller
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Lots of OTC choices
Athlete's foot is a fungal infection of the feet.
Symptoms include itching and burning, especially between the toes. There are lots of over-the-counter sprays and creams that are effective for treating this. I would start with one of the sprays. Make sure to spray inside your shoes as well to kill the fungus living there so you don't re-infect your feet.

In brief: Lots of OTC choices
Athlete's foot is a fungal infection of the feet.
Symptoms include itching and burning, especially between the toes. There are lots of over-the-counter sprays and creams that are effective for treating this. I would start with one of the sprays. Make sure to spray inside your shoes as well to kill the fungus living there so you don't re-infect your feet.
David Miller
David Miller
Answer assisted by David Miller, Medical Student
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