Oxiconazole

What is Oxiconazole?

Oxiconazole (U.S.: Oxistat, Canada: Oxizole) is an antifungal medication typically administered in a cream or lotion to treat skin infections, such as athlete's foot, jock itch and ringworm. It can also be prescribed to treat the skin rash known as tinea versicolor, caused by systemic yeast overgrowth (Candida spp.).

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i had an vaginal exam a week ago. i had sex with my husband on last night, soon after he got a rash on his penis like a ringworm. could he be...

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The ringworm like lesion on the penis is more likely to be due to the fungal infection. It is less likely to...

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I have a red ring on my vagina, feels like a paper cut but haven't had intercourse in 3 months, I use a trimmer to trim and wondering if its an...

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From the description provided by you, I feel that you might be suffering with ringworm infection.
This...

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Hello Doctor, my name is XXXXXX. I am suffering from skin allergy. There is a small patch (kind of wound) developing on my left hand near thumb....

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Fungal infection.

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Hello Doctor, my name is XXXXXX. I am suffering from skin allergy . There is a small patch (kind of wound) developing on my left hand near thumb....

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i had an vaginal exam a week ago. i had sex with my husband on last night, soon after he got a rash on his penis like a ringworm. could he be...

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