Overcoming Fungal Infections In The Skin That Does Not Get Better Even Though It Has Been Treated?
afternoon, I am currently exposed to skin fungus (phlegm), have been taking drugs from the pharmacy ketoconazole with a dose of 1 tablet morning-1 tablet night and also once a day 3x … but already 1 set of drugs, the infection is getting worse. do I experience drug resistance … if it’s true how to deal with it …
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First, the disturbance to your skin needs to be correctly identified first. Maybe you are not experiencing tinea versicolor, so the treatment you are doing is wrong. Many disorders of the skin that can give a similar picture. You cannot provide a diagnosis for yourself. In addition, treating tinea versicolor using fungus medication without consulting first with a doctor is not recommended. The dose and duration of treatment may be inappropriate and cause the fungus that infects you to experience resistance, making it more difficult to treat. You need to see the nearest doctor to be examined, especially a dermatologist. The doctor will determine whether the disorder is really a yeast infection or if there are other causes. You need to say that you have already used ketoconazole repeatedly with different dosages. This can be a doctor's consideration in giving you medicine. If necessary, your skin scrapings will be taken for examination of fungal resistance. The doctor will explain this to you. Your doctor will provide therapy that is appropriate for your condition. For the future, avoid taking any antifungals or antibiotics without first being examined by a doctor. Both antifungals and other antibiotics must be prescribed by a doctor by the method described by the doctor, not to be purchased alone at the pharmacy.
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