Recently I noticed wat looked like white heads on my legs behind my knees, & I had been using Hydrocortisone cream on it & it seemed to b working. But today it seems to have gotten worse. I was wondering if there's nything I can do myself to solve this since I dont have a regular doctor nor any health insurance, but if need b then I will go see some1.
Hello, I was wondering if Nystop could b used to treat staph folliculitis?
- 6 Jan 2012 by Shinosan
- 7 Jan 2012
- nystop, tinea barbae, hydrocortisone, knee, cream
Added 6 Jan 2012:
Looked through to see what else I might have that I thought could help, Bactine, MaxClarity, Cortizone-10. Or if I need to go buy something else thats another option.
If you have a staph infection then Nystop won't help. You need to see a doctor and get antibiotics as soon as possible.
And please don't use Cortisone on the infection either.
Nystatin is an antifungal medication. Nystatin prevents fungus from growing on your skin. Nystatin topical (for the skin) is used to treat skin infections caused by yeast.
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