Share your experience
Method of use: Eye Ointment, Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
Neosporin new + wikt:sporos, (Greek) seed) is the product branding & formulas now owned by Johnson & Johnson of an antibiotic ove...Read on Wikipedia
3.55 0.5 65892
Based on medical discussions around the web
Rate it yourself
Your rating has been added!
Neosporin for Infection
We analyzed what people said about Neosporin and compared it to other Infection medications
content loaded dynamically
We found 109 discussions
foot treatment? I was thinking this stuff must work o...
" ...it also says they have it in neosporin athletes foot treatment? I was thinking this stuff must work on the hairline or... "
sleep in it. it looks a bit like neosporin and i think works...
" ...i have used aquaphor. i especially use it for their last diaper change so they sleep in it. it looks a bit like neosporin and i think works similarly. it is miraculous! ...to use lotrimin (sp?) which is... "
I wouldn't use Neosporin until it is confirmed bacterial...
" Have you tried Lotrimin? If the rash is yeast the Lotrimin (for athlete's foot) will help. If it is bacterial, Neosporin will help. But I wouldn't use Neosporin until it is... "
ens I use a bit of Neosporin, then slather on Aquaphor or V...
" ...cream to put on it (Lotrimin?). The nurse also told me I can use something you get OTC for athlete's foot. I can't remember the name ...If that happens I use a bit of Neosporin, then slather on Aquaphor... "
eem to have a bit of athlete's foot causing the skin under m...
" ...So, I seem to have a bit of athlete's foot causing the skin under my pinky toe to crack. I'm on top of that with the lotrimin, neosporin and all that jazz... However, I layed out about $500 in... "
eam. The only thing that she is able to do for it is keep i...
" ...been putting Hydrocortisone (Cortizone-10) and Neosporin on it at least 3 ...be athlete's foot, and Neosporin Eczema Essentials cream. The only thing that she is able to do for it is keep it moisturized.... "
would probably put neosporin on it and then a bandaid. I...
" ...you think it could be athlete's foot? I got it in middle ...not, I would probably put neosporin on it and then a ...bandaid. I would then add neosporin once or twice per day... "
Your Saved Posts ()
Sign up to keep them
Is this page helpful?
Send us feedback
Are you (or someone you care for) currently taking this drug?