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Sir, I have white rashes on my skin (face, neck.). I consult 2 doctors. One of them gave me an ointment named "clotrimazole cream I. P. - candid" and other one gave me an ointment named "clotrimazole, beclometasone, dipropionate and neomycin sulphate cream -candiderma "which is better for my problem? please help me. Is there any side effects?

3 Doctors Answered
Homoeopathic medicine use ars. Alb 30 5 day.
apply what is given if not results consult good homoeopathy doctor in your locality or can consult us via paid consultation.
Hello Lybrate user, most of the time a white patch on your skin could be just dryness related, sun damage or a fungal infection. Make sure to moisturise well, sun protection with a cap or helmet and if a fungal infection was suspected I would go in for a plain clotrimazole cream rather than the combination. Hope I answered your question. T.c.
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