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Athlete's Foot

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(Tinea pedis)
Athlete's foot (also known as ringworm of the foot and tinea pedis) is a fungal infection of the skin that causes scaling,...
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Anti Fungal 847 Lotrimin 760 Antifungal 756
24,512 conversations around the web about Athlete's Foot to help you make a decision
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Athlete's Foot & Yeast Infection

6.6% of the posts that mention Athlete's Foot also mention Yeast Infection (1,617 posts)
Athlete's Foot
Yeast Infection
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" ...got a yeast infection. I sometimes treat it with Canesten (over the counter cream for athlete's foot/women's yeast infections) but usually I use Trimovate which contains hydrocortisone, antifungal... "

" ...stuff intended for athletes' foot, and got rid of it for good. It has plagued me for ten years prior.... "

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" ...is excellent at softening chestnuts. ...remedy mentioned earlier. Instead of the athlete's foot stuff, you can substitute anything to treat yeast infections (monistat, etc). Little Debbie Oa... "

" ...almost like a yeast/fungal infection. It can happen if ...aren't that great. With a yeast infection you can treat it with the same creams you use for athletes foot, lotrimin etc. However, i... "

" ...scaling, burning, and discomfort due to those conditions. It may be used to treat yeast infections of the skin or scaly patches on the skin caused by fungus. It may also be used for other... "

" ...not responding to Desitin. Diaper creams make that worse, so try just letting it air out as much as possible. If it gets worse, you can either try to treat it with an anti-fungal cream (from the... "

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" ...my boys had a yeast rash. At first I tried regular diaper rash cream and that did nothing. A common treatment is antifungal cream which is typically used for athletes foot. I got the Walmart... "

" ...is possible to have a yeast infection on and around ...II. I'm using over-the-counter Monistat, and it's working. I've been told that Tinactin, the treatment for athlete's foot, will also work... "

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" ...them from happening and the best way is to start a regular regimen of PROBIOTICS (available from Health Food Stores). Probiotics work to kill the yeast infection internally and that's the best way... "

" ...My son just had a yeast infection and it looked ...came back. I bought antifungal cream from the drugstore (clotrimazole. It's for jock itch and athlete's foot) and it's all cleared up again in ... "

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