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Having ringworm. Taking lamisil. Skin colour gets lighter on the spots. Should i continue the treatment?

I have been treating my son s ringworm (multiple spots in a cluster on his back) with Lamisil twice daily for four weeks. The spots lost their red/pink color within a couple days. Now the spots are smooth, but the skin is lighter than his natural skin color. Do I need to continue the treatment? If so, when should I discontinue?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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I think Lamisil is a poor choice in todays medicine for your problem, and the problem till now is not cured.
I would like to see a close photograph of the skin in taken about 8AM in morning and on outdoors.
I would advise applying Selsun shampoo and keep it for 4 hr on skin then wash, apply in the evening., Expose the skin for tanning in the morning sunlight for 10 minute daily. It will take about a month before cure
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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