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Itching scrotum in cold and dry places. Prescribed Damozine, Fluna and Clona. Want equivalent medicine

Hi Doctors, I had a scortum itchy problem before 1 year before and never stop it. I have consulted many doctors and dermotologist and they prescriped the tablets and oinment (Damozine tab, Fluna tab, clonate F, Radosar, Mosone - ) and it went for 3 to 4 months. After that again I started. It usually happen in cold and dry places. I am in Estonia and now I cannot find this tablets and oinment so, I would like to get the equivalent medicine available in this country for controlling my nighty itching scortum.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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Many creams can clear the condition. Examples of such preparations include those that contain clotrimazole(Cruex cream, Desenex cream, Lotrimin cream, lotion, and solution), miconazole(Monistat-Derm cream), ketoconazole(Nizoral cream), econazole (Spectazole), naftifine (Naftin), and terbinafine (Lamisil cream and solution). Any one cream can be used.

You can discuss this pharmacist and he/she would be aware of creams by the generic names .

Answered: Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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