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I am suffering from ringworm. Age 36. Doctor prescribed me following medicine. 1st 4 week 1. terbinafine 250 mg. Per day 2. Sertaconazole cream at night 3. Amronafine at night 4. Lcz one at night after above treatment some new lesions appears. Test blood sugar- 139 regular by strip doctor started next treatment for 2 weeks. 1. itraconazole 100 mg day and night. 2. Lcz one at night 3. Sertaconazole cream at night 4. Ciclopirox cream at day after use of these for 2 weeks, my all sign of ringworm removed. After 15 days of stopping of these medicines I found that some new lesions appears on the earlier locations. Doctor again suggested to use the same treatment for another three weeks. Some one suggested me to use luliconazole cream instead of ciclopirox cream. Can I use it with above medicine. Kindly suggest.

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Recurrences of jock itch can be because of 3 reasons: 1. Incomplete treatment: jock itch can take 3-6 months to cure. Kindly stick to the treatment suggested and do not stop treatment until your dermatologist recommends. 2. Fungus can stay in cloths, toilet seat, nails and cause reinfection. Therefore, follow all the precautions given in this video url Be/gn6stgzn3lo 3 resistant infection. Again a dermatologist alone can help you in this case.
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