Kathleen Neuhoff, DPM
counter antifungal cream. Apply it twice a day to the areas that you think
have fungus. Additionally, make sure that you dry your feet thoroughly
after showering, and consider wearing flip flops in the shower. If the
fungus has spread to your shoes, consider replacing them or applying
antifungal powder. If your symptoms do not improve or worsen in the next 2
weeks, then you should see a podiatrist for evaluation. You may need a
prescription strength antifungal, or perhaps what you thought was fungus is
something entirely different and wont respond to antifungal medication.
Jonathan M. Kletz, DPM
antimicrobial solutions as well as distilled white vinegar soaks. Infections of the nail can be addressed with the cold salve Vicks vapor rub as this does contain camphor oil which has been shown to have inhibitory effect on fungus.
You can use Lotrimin or Lamisil AT twice a day for 1 month.