Ketoconazole Cream Review

May 14th, 2015

This medicament can be  also  applied for other fungus infections of the skin as decided by your doctor.
Ketoconazole is for sale without a doctor’s prescription, in the following dosage form:

  • Topical
  • Shampoo (1%)

Ketoconazole is for sale only with your doctor’s prescription, in the following dosage forms:

  • Topical ,Cream , Shampoo

I was searching in my medicine locker and came across this expired tube of Ketoconazole Cream. I do not know how much time  I’ve had it in that place, and do not even recall the last time I need to use the Ketoconazole Cream.

I’m not embarrassed to admit that I am prone to Athlete’s Foot; it comes with the being an active sports type person who does  a lot of outdoor activities. This type of cream was given to me by a skin doctor( who is my friend)  who got a whiff of my foot on one of our travels up north.

She said that if I do not take concern of my foot, on that point will come a time once the fungi will eat my flesh  and then it would be as well hard to treat.

I do not use it very much at present as I’ve learned to dry out my feet prior to putting on socks as well as having my shoes clean inside and out. Not till my  friend had began to complain on the sense of smell that I recollected my friend’s advice. And so I purchased a Ketoconazole Cream , rubbed a few on my feet before I go to rest at night as well as before I go off to work in the dawn.

I did not know that Its necessary to apply it until the smell was gone, and only knew about it once the smell got back. I used up approximately 3 package  during the 2 calendar month treatment, and the tube of the cream  that was left in my medicine storage locker is a reminder for my girlfriend of that terrible smell. I’m lucky as for I no longer have to use it, and I give thanks god for the cream as for I no longer feel uncomfortable to wear slippers once i going out with my best friends.  I recommend this cream because its a great.