Rash-like things developed around the anus area causing irritation. Doctor said it's a kind of fungus and prescribed Clotrimazole cream, apply twice a day for 2 weeks. It's been 5 days and see no sign of improvement. Should I continue with this cream or need something different?
I have used the same medicine for another issue with my son and saw improvement in just a few days. Everyone is different of course. But I would think you would have noticed some change by now. The diagnosis is a little vague too. My sons doctor said this medicine is the first thing they try. If it doesn't work they have to do some more testing to specify what type of fungus or infection it is. My advice is to make another appointment.
Me and my grandma have stage 4 anal fungus and the future isnt too bright, we have currently been beating each other with her cane in attempt to just make it fall out. The itchiness and pain isnt too bad, but the worst part is what people think of us now, like "Why would the share dildos when they both knew they were infected?" Or "I dont even think thats legal in West Virginia!" Hopefully one day my anal pride will come back.
- Clotrimazole Information for Consumers
- Clotrimazole Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Clotrimazole (detailed)
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