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Athletes foot (tinea pedis)/Jock itch (tinea cruris)

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  • Posted By: onlinekush
  • May 10, 2007
  • 01:01 PM

Whats up. it started with the athletes foot that I ignored for a few weeks then spread to my scrotum. The treatment that help cure me, w/out a doctor visit, was showering twice a day. Then dry thouroughly (I even went the extent of standing in front of my fan for a completet dry, dont laugh it worked) anyways after the dry I would put lotrimin+ on my foot and toes then cover with clean sock until next time. Do this to prevent passing this nonsense to a loved one! This went well oh yeah follow the directions because I tried to over do it once and faced the consequences, trust me:eek: . For the scrotum I actually enhanced the little bit of fungus I had at first by scratching through my boxers a few times and boom my nutsack got something on it all of a sudden. Anyways, the treatment that worked on that for me was after I took care of my foot I would use the fungus powder called (stephan quinsana plus) with tolnatate 1%, which is a medicated powder for this type of fungus. Really dried it out within in 5 days. Hope my procedure helps you liked it helped me. Peace.

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