soo I was diagnosed with tinea versicolor.
I been Googling for hours already and I found something that could maybe work? anyone ever heard of "Saprox" ?? it's a mud thing that's high in sulfur....
at the moment, though, I've been prescribed Nizoral. I can't tell if it's working. I been using it everyday for the past 2 weeks, leaving it on my skin (tummy and back) for 15 minutes and everything.
I also saw something on that show True Life on MTV and this guy was balding and he's had athlete's foot before and his "all organic doctor" suggested that he should cut out a lot of dairy product to cut the fungus out of his body because he had fungus er something in his skin which caused his baldness. he stopped taking in them dairy products and ate all organic and stuff.. and apparently he didn't have anymore of that bad fungus in his system. so I'm thinking I should try that along with my routine of Nizoral and see if that makes a difference?....
but I'm all hooked onto that Saprox thing...
comments will be very appreciated =)
ohh and also! I've got tattoos. soo what would happen if I use this sulfur thing?..
ah and another thing. I'm using Eldoquin for scars. what would happen if I accidentally like got some of that cream on it? I hope nothing lol
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