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Infected with ring worm. Prescribed Nystatin that seemed to work. Why do I feel lumps under skin?

Hi, about 3 months ago, my family was infected with ringworm from 2 kittens we had adopted. My two children were prescribed Nystatin and they were healed. However, I had an allergic reaction to Nystatin and it got worse. My dermatologist gave me oral Lamisil for two weeks. I was also cleaning my infected areas with apple vinegar which really helped in drying up the pimples inside the ringworm areas. Now that it appears that the ringworm is gone, I can still feel deep lumps under the skin and they are sometimes itchy. Could the ringworm still be there?
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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hello and welcome to health care magic.
dear bouch ramaraji
animal induced fungal infections are resistant to treatment and induce hyper sensitivity leading to lumps under the affected skin.
kindly get a complete treatment for your fungal infection.
these will soon disappear.
thank you and wish you a speedy recovery.
dr satya
Answered: Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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