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Fungal skin infection
I consulted doctor from practo for my skin infection he prescribed me some medicines and a cream for 3weeks. Infection is healing and skin is getting better but it is not completely healed need further prescription. i am mentioning my medicines in attachment.should i continue with same prescription?
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Please follow up with your previous doctor for next course If you want to have second opinion,  kindly do direct online consultation with relevant photographs for specific medications Usually it takes 6-8 weeks for fungal infections to get settled
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Treatment depends on the grade...Fungus  infection....common around skin folds like thighs and genitals.. avoid sweating, sharing clothes,towels and soap.. specific medicine required depends on the severity.. for detailed prescription do direct online consultation by sending photos.
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Hello Tinea infections usually takes 2 months for complete resolution. Rest depends on resistant strain of fungi. It would be better you stick to your treatment at least for another month You can consult your respective doctor as he can guide you better for other precautions
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Consult via practo pro if you still want a second opinion
Health Tips
- Avoid tight clothing - Avoid humid climate -  wear cotton clothes - Complete your course of antifungal - Also assess your family members for similar complain for ruling out cross infection - Dusting powder would help in prevention of such lesions
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