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Can nizoral be used to treat chronic yeast infection(gential)?

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itsmetoo2 23 Jan 2010

I found this on the web:

When using Nizoral, the more common forms of treatment include the use of creams and oral tablets. Applying the ketoconazole cream is simple, only requiring application on affected sections of skin. Gently rubbing in the product on infected body parts will activate the ingredients that attack yeast infection.

For oral treatments, Nizoral is used to combat fungal infections pertaining to the skin, mouth, bladder, and lungs. The amount of oral Nizoral that you will take is determined by how old you are; your weight; current health; and type of yeast infection that you suffer from
http://www.yeast-infections.net/nizoral.shtml

maryhill 23 Jan 2010

If you want to treat vaginal fungal ihfection, try gyno trosyd from pfizer.It is a single dose ointment to be applied at night. It comes in a handy pre-filled applicator. Be sure that it is yeast infection not bacteria otherwise it will not help.

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