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Itch (Latin: pruritus) is a Wikt:sensation that causes the desire or reflex to scratch. Itch has resisted many attempts to class...
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Econazole
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Miconazole
Other name: Monistat (Monistat)
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Itching
Yeast Infection
Rash
Athlete's Foot
Jock Itch
Tinea Corporis
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Yeast Infection
Itching
Rash
Candida
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Top Concerns
Eco
Eczema
9
Allergies
6
Psoriasis
6
Burning
5
Folliculitis
4
Blisters
3
Bacterial Infection
2
Diabetes
2
Contact Dermatitis
2
Headaches
2
Top Concerns
Mic
Hair Loss
6
Allergies
4
Headaches
3
Bleeding
2
Eczema
2
Irritability
2
Bacterial Infection
2
Diabetes
1
Discomfort
1
Seborrheic Dermatitis
1
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Econazole
Eco
Miconazole
Mic
Eczema
Eco
Mic
9
2
Allergies
Eco
Mic
6
4
Psoriasis
Eco
Mic
6
0
Burning
Eco
Mic
5
0
Folliculitis
Eco
Mic
4
0
Blisters
Eco
Mic
3
0
Bacterial Infection
Eco
Mic
2
2
Diabetes
Eco
Mic
2
1
Contact Dermatitis
Eco
Mic
2
0
Headaches
Eco
Mic
2
3
Hair Loss
Mic
Eco
6
0
Allergies
Mic
Eco
4
6
Headaches
Mic
Eco
3
2
Bleeding
Mic
Eco
2
0
Eczema
Mic
Eco
2
9
Irritability
Mic
Eco
2
0
Bacterial Infection
Mic
Eco
2
2
Diabetes
Mic
Eco
1
2
Discomfort
Mic
Eco
1
0
Seborrheic Dermatitis
Mic
Eco
1
0
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We found 46 discussions
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usmleforum.com
" ...corporis=skin or body... treatment is econazole or miconazole topical antifungals.... sometimes if... "

" Has anyone tried ECONAZOLE instead of Miconazole? I've read a lot about ...sold in France... Instead, they gave me econazole. I'm wondering if this can... "

" ...that you suffer from dermatomicosis(skin infection caused by ...your partner. The treatment contain ointment Econazole, or Miconazole. You should use one ...also you should use desloratadine(... "

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www.mumsnet.com
" ...are resistant to a lot of treatments. I have a long history of thrush probs and only treatments that work for me are econazole (gynopevaryl) and miconazole (you can only get this in pessary form in... "

" ...the store and bought Monistat (Miconazole). I read that it works ...difference. I got Terbinafine prescribed in tablets and Econazole cream. I am feeling a... "

" ...can get pessaries - The medicines clotrimazole (eg Canesten), econazole (eg Ecostatin) and miconazole (Gyno-Daktarin) come in pessary form. Your symptoms all point... "

" ...can take various creams and medicines like Terbinafine, Clotrimazole, Econazole, Ketoconazole, and Miconazole. A person suffering from ringworm should always wash his... "

Post from
talk.askbaby.com
" ...counter medicines don't work ) and these are as follows: fluconazole, itraconazole, clotrimazole, econazole and miconazole. Ask your OH what his antibiotics are called and if it is a... "

Post from
www.dermatalk.com
" well you should try some anti-fungal treatment.. as its is ...be bought without prescription.Drugs may include miconazole,clotrimazole,econazole,ketoconazole and some other..if topical creams... "

Post from
ehealthforum.com
" ...you take bath. Application of local antifungal cream(terbinafine, clotrimazole, econazole, ketoconazole, miconazole) and oral antifungal drugs are the mainstay of treatment.... "

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