Antifungal Cream

Last Update May 25, 2016
Antifungal Cream is a skin medication.
Uses: Antifungal Cream is approved for Rash, Itching, Yeast Infection, Thrush, Jock Itch and Athlete's Foot and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
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2.1
Concern level
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Positive 391 "I too had a really bad yeast infection that persisted for a few weeks but went away, or so I thought. A week later my clitoris started to ...But now my clitoris just feels swollen and achy all the time."Read more positive discussions
Negative 344 "This is an antifungal cream, so no, it won't affect your oral contraceptives."Read more negative discussions
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Antifungal removed Skin Tags
| GMac
I was recently experiencing aa great deal of discomfort in the fold of my lower stomach and pubic area while washing. It felt like chafing. I had been doing strenuous work around the house, and that area holds moisture. I washed with a white wash cloth, and noticed streaks of blood. I am heavy and unable to see that area by looking down. I went to a full-view mirror to get a look at what was going on. I was surprised to find several skin tags, rash, as well as some chafed area with skin missing. It was bad and painful. I went to the drugstore, and purchased Neosporin and a generic antifungal cream. I started washing the area twice daily & applying the Neosporin to the chafed areas & the antifungal inside the creases, under my stomach and the creases where my legs meet my pubic area. Within a week, everything was gone, chafing and skin tags! I am ecstatic, but confused. I didn't expect the antifungal to remove the skin tags.

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Facts about Antifungal Cream

Alcohol warning on Antifungal Cream
There may be a negative interaction between Antifungal Cream and alcohol.
How do I obtain Antifungal Cream?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Antifungal Cream?
Ointment
What dosages are available?
Cream: 1%, 2%, 5%-20%
Ingredients
Undecylenic Acid/Zinc Undecylenate, Miconazole, Tolnaftate
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