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    Foot Fungus
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    JACKENGLISH posted:
    Hi , since i've the foot fungus symptoms and it has been almost a week since i knew it got foot fungus , i've went to the doctor and he said that put Silkron cream on it ( clotrimazole 10mg )
    Should i put on Ketonazole nizoral too ?! should i put 2 cream at 1 time ?

    And should i go to take a bath with my right foot like it ? Would water make it severe ?

    I'd like to have a best advices from anyone , THanks
    Jack
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    JACKENGLISH responded:
    my Athlete's foot is now having blister fluid pimple on it and white scales .... what should i do next ?!
     
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    csorbin responded:
    go to www.torfspa.com and order saprox. follow the directions closely and you will get relief. i have tried manyproducts but this one actually WORKS! right now it is on sale too.


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