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Athlete's Foot: Treatment

Treatment Of Athlete's Foot

The most common treatment of athlete's foot is to apply anti-fungal medication: cream or powder. If the condition does not improve over a month, consult your doctor because you might have developed secondary bacterial infections or the initial disease may not be athlete's foot in the first place. Many OTC anti-fungals are available to treat this condition. If your infection does not clear fast, your doctor may advise anti-fungal tablets.

Article created on: July 7, 2006

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