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Suffering with fungal infection, taking flucon, lulifin, ultican, dazit. Are they correctly prescribed?

i am suffering with some fungal infection for the last six months at my bottom, thighs both side and at two-three parts of my body and continuously taking Flucon 150 (Ranbaxy) once in a week, vozet (gsk) one tab daily and using Lulifin ( Ranbaxy) Ointment on the affecting part ulmost regularly. today i again consulted my Doctor a skin specialist, and he advised me as under for 15 days, -Ultican 150(two tab after meal on Sunday and thrusday) and repeat same in next week. -one tab Xyzal 5mg at the daily for 15 days. -one tab Dazit 5mg after breakfast daily for 15 days. one tab SEBFIN 250 mg at noon form tomorrow . -Candid-B ointment on the affecting parts, pl advise accordingly. p.k.gupta, YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Thanks For Writing To Us ! In My Opinion Dose Of Ultican Should Be Increase. And No Need Of Dazit. But ! But ! do Consult With Your Physician Or Other Physician ! Take Care. Bye.
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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