Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018748/001.

Names and composition

"LOPROX" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CICLOPIROX.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018748/001 LOPROX CICLOPIROX CREAM/TOPICAL 0.77%
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020519/001 LOPROX CICLOPIROX GEL/TOPICAL 0.77%
021159/001 LOPROX CICLOPIROX SHAMPOO/TOPICAL 1%

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Answered questions

Okay to use hair products when i am on loprox shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis?
i am being put on loprox shampoo as a treatment for seborrheic dermatitis, is it okay for me to use hair products such as wax and gel and hair spray while i am on loprox shampoo? Asked by Alexander Doster 1 year ago.

Sure. Remember, the loprox is working on the scalp; the items you're mentioning are for your hair. The two happen to be in the same area of the body, but really are being treated with different items. The products will not interfere with your shampoo treatment. Answered by Georgine Koogler 1 year ago.


Could loprox (ciclopirox olamine) be used to treat balanitis?
i have a case of balanitis on the tip of my penis, and under my foreskin, and i have this antifungal creme i fouund in my medicine cabinet, called loprox 1%. its not expired. could i possibly use this to treat my ailment? Asked by Annamaria Caver 1 year ago.

It would depencd on the cause, an antifungal is literally that, antifungal, not antibacterial or anti allergy. If you are sure you have a fungal infection Loprox is ok, but it can cause itching and burning. It would be wiser to ask your doctor to diagnose the cause of your balinitis and give you the appropriate treatment. Answered by Temple Geeter 1 year ago.


Im putting Loprox on my penis head?
Im using this product beacause my doctor told me that i had fungus there , ive been using it for 2 days and nothing has changed is this normal or is this product not working? Asked by Alyssa Huling 1 year ago.

how long did the dr. say it would take to work give it a week and then if its not better go see your dr. again... Answered by Jordon Declet 1 year ago.

You need to follow the directions your doctor gave you. A lot of time fungi will not seem like there is any difference until the very end. They have a life cycle and the medication interrupts this cycle. You have to wait for all the organisms to die before the symptoms go away. Answered by Shanon Kilton 1 year ago.

Give it a week to 10 days if no change call your doctor again Answered by Nicolette Lovera 1 year ago.

first off, dont call it a penis head. second, why do you have a fungus? third, dont use the product be a man. and be proud of what your momma gave you. Answered by Doria Whitelightnin 1 year ago.


I went to the doctor and found out i had ringworm...its on my stomach and its a white discoloration.?
yes,yes i know have it but when i went to the doctor the white discoloration wasnt visible so i showed him another spot. Now there is white discoloration on my stomach is that still ringworm? Asked by Manuel Hornoff 1 year ago.

Loprox cream, lotion, and topical solution are prescribed for the treatment of the following fungal skin infections: Athlete's foot Fungal infection of the groin (jock itch) Fungal infection of non-hairy parts of the skin Candidiasis (yeastlike fungal infection of the skin) Tinea versicolor--infection of the skin that is characterized by brown or tan patches on the trunk. Loprox gel is used for athlete's foot, fungal infections of the non-hairy parts of the skin, and certain scalp inflammations (seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp). Answered by Vicente Templeton 1 year ago.

If the doctor diagnosed ringworm, then that is what you have. However, ringworm is not caused by worms. It is one manifestation of a yeast (candida) overgrowth. This is what is responsible for athlete's foot, nail fungus, jock itch, vaginitis and a bunch of other skin conditions, and other things too. You may want to go to www.hufa.org and click on the yeast link, for some basic information. If loprox is an anti-fungal cream, it should work, as candida is a fungus. Answered by Regine Trebbe 1 year ago.

It's a threadworm, my son had them a month or so ago. Go to your local pharmacy or doctor and they will give you a tablet that needs to be crushed up and given to her. As you found the worm, you, your cousins parents and any other family that the child has been in contact with will need treated too. Sheets, clothing, blankets and extra cleanliness (dusting, vaccuuming, hand washing after using the loo, before eating etc) is in order just incase there are any stray eggs around which would basically start the whole process of the worms again. Continue the vigourous cleaning for up to a week after the worms have gone too. Good Luck Edit: These are quite common in young children, she is not going to die, she just needs the right treatment. The medicine that i was given for my son kind of sedated the worms, so they could be passed more easily. Answered by Hester Sheng 1 year ago.

Ringworm is caused by the same bacteria as Athletes Foot...so use a medicine for athletes foot to cure it. I learned this from a doctor when one of my children had ringworm years ago. Answered by Kazuko Storti 1 year ago.

Ringworm comes from animals usually. I suggest if you sleep with your animals, or allow them to sleep on your bed, sofas, chairs, etc., you stop. Wash your hands after each encounter with an animal. If you get ringworm on your scalp, it will leave a bald spot and that can be very unsightly. You may want to check into a body detox for worms in general after this experience. Log on to www.renewyourlife.com. Answered by Rosemarie Gesner 1 year ago.

i had ringworm on my arm as a kid, its mainly caused by cats! another reason to rid the world of the ferral animal. any chemist can tell u what cream to use and it should only take a few days to get rid of, you'll know the cream is working beacuse the skin will dry out on top Answered by Myrta Clouse 1 year ago.

Had ringworm and yes that is a good treatment. Answered by Claud Tedford 1 year ago.

Swear to God I had a ringworm when I was a kid. my mother got the Dog to lick it (it was on my arm, perv) and it three days it was gone. Answered by Johnette Cariaso 1 year ago.

they call it ringworm because it has a circular shape. anti-fungal creams will work Answered by Deeann Colomb 1 year ago.


How do I get rid of stinky feet?
about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there... Asked by Shavonne Albee 1 year ago.

about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there anything I can do to make my feet smell "normal", and treat my black toenail? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me! suangg Answered by Frank Hanigan 1 year ago.

Loprox gel will clear the skin and remove the foot odor. You will need to get a prescription for it. Answered by Khalilah Catterton 1 year ago.

The smell comes from bacteria that grow in shoes and on feet from the excessive moisture. To help shoes last longer, and cut down on the odors in them (and thereby reduce the feet smell) - rotate shoes. Never wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row. The shoes need to dry for 24 hours between wearings. Discard any shoes that you cannot remove the odor from. Wear cotton socks and leather shoes. These will help the feet to breath. Change socks daily. Wash feet with a good mild soap each day. Dry feet thoroughly. Apply a good foot powder or spray. I use a peppermint foot spray every morning on my feet and a generic Dr sholls's type foot powder in my shoes. Avoid wearing plastic shoes or nylon socks. I haven't tried this one, but it looks like it might be a help. Soak feet in bath of 1 cup vinegar, 1 dash dish soap, lots of warm water for 10 mins. Pat dry. Refill tub or bowl with warm water and oatmeal, squeeze oats till water is milky...soak another 10 or so. Pat dry..fresh as a daisy! The person who recommended this says it lasts several days too! These tips will not cure stinky feet, but may help with the problem. Answered by Tonita Lippi 1 year ago.

i am not a proffesional and could not advise you as such...the only thing i can think of is using antifungal spray, make sure to clean your feet well and have them well dried after showers..well dried in between toes..using feet powder could help for this...and do not use closed shoes for a long time..when you have the chance wear sandals...its good to soak your feet in water at least at least twice a week...i have heard that putting a cup of milk in the water to soak your feet helps all the dead skin peel off ... Answered by Meri Arcoraci 1 year ago.

Use nystatin powder in between your toes and avoid wearing shoes, aerate your feet as much as possible, keep them very dry after washing. Answered by Leona Slaby 1 year ago.

theres a product that you can buy in any store, called scent-away. hunters use it all the time to mask their scent. it doesnt cover it up, it actually nuetralizes it. Answered by Mauro Longstreet 1 year ago.

wash thoroughly. wear clean socks. wash your shoes if possible. see a doctor about using lamisil. Answered by Deandre Poppell 1 year ago.

you can wash your feet ,use foot powder, and go to a skincare docter Answered by Fairy Citizen 1 year ago.

vodka??????? Answered by Heath Helle 1 year ago.


I know this is gross but is there anything to get rid of a toenail fungus?
I stumped my toe and broke the nail half way off and now when it grows back it is not attached to the skin. i asked my doctor who said it would go away but hasn't. pls help Asked by Nelson Alsup 1 year ago.

Try Loprox lotion I am not a dr nor anyting else Answered by Sigrid Goldsborough 1 year ago.

Thats probably not fungus. If you stub your toe sometimes it can take a long time for it to go back to normal. If you had fungus it would be flakey. For that they have prescriptions and I heard once that you could use tea tree oil. But I'd just wait it out. You need to allow time for your nail to grow back normally. Answered by Reba Srygley 1 year ago.

i think it will grow back, they grow out, now if it's a fungus there's creams & meds for that, good luck Answered by Loreta Sansotta 1 year ago.

you should go ask your parents or something. try some cream i saw some cream at target once. if the cream doesn't work see another doctor Answered by Deanne Keithly 1 year ago.


Good remedy for athlete's foot besides Lotrimin?
I've used Loprox, which works great, but is $120 a tube plus I'd have to make a Doctor's visit to get a prescrip? Right? Asked by Indira Debaecke 1 year ago.

Quinsana powder, it is behind the pharmacy counter and you need a doctor's permission but it works great. Answered by Lane Parfait 1 year ago.

Mix a solution of 50/50 bleach and water. Soak feet in solution for15 min. then wash good with soap and water dry well. PS If you have sensitive skin don't use this or dilute bleach even more. Answered by Kristel Theodore 1 year ago.


How can you tell if ringworm is going away?
Is it suppose to look like dry skin? I been using Loprox cream has anyone used it? Asked by Cheryll Bertaina 1 year ago.

Oh, god, I've just gotten over ringworm. That sucks so bad! Well, I've got scars from the ringworm, so I don't know if it's gone away or what. A lot of the spots I had just disappeared, so I guess when it's gone, it just looks like normal skin. I would keep putting on the cream, though. I used Tinactin, which worked great for me. Answered by Jacquelyne Mccormik 1 year ago.

It works,just use it until the ringworm is gone. Answered by Luana Jaimes 1 year ago.

ask uer dr honey ok?to make sure its working goodluck. Answered by Cristal Fontneau 1 year ago.


Alternative way of getting dandruf?
Asked by Brooke Nikula 1 year ago.

There are other topical treatments =that often help: Loprox shampoo, Clobex shampoo, selenium sulfide shampoo, various topical steroids and foams. Your doctor can recommend what seems appropriate and try until the best one is found. There isn't one thing that works for everyone, but nearly everyone can be helped. drink plenty of water and get a plenty of sleep. Answered by Elenore Olowe 1 year ago.

Part your hair in a way you're not used to and stay out in the sun. You'll get a sunburn on the part and start peeling. Not exactly dandruff, but it's the best way I can think of to get dandruff. Good luck! Answered by Thea Swisshelm 1 year ago.

Dandruff is often caused by digestive problems. There are plenty of natural cures for detoxifying your system, and therefore, get rid of dandruff. One of them: Every night slice a lemon thinly, boil a cup of water, introduce lemon slices and let rest (covered) all night. Next morning filter liquid, add fresh juice of half lemon and drink. Repeat for 10 days. If you do not get rid of dandruff, you will still feel great because your liver, kidneys and intestine have been cleaned out. Answered by Lizbeth Meachum 1 year ago.

I am thinking you mean getting rid of dandruff. If you do, try a tea tree shampoo. Melaleuca makes a great one. If you can't get any of the name brand, try Wild Oats or a health food store. Answered by Beata Burich 1 year ago.


Okay to use hair products when i am on loprox shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis?
i am being put on loprox shampoo as a treatment for seborrheic dermatitis, is it okay for me to use hair products such as wax and gel and hair spray while i am on loprox shampoo? Asked by Nohemi Gallagos 1 year ago.

Sure. Remember, the loprox is working on the scalp; the items you're mentioning are for your hair. The two happen to be in the same area of the body, but really are being treated with different items. The products will not interfere with your shampoo treatment. Answered by Delphia Ikuta 1 year ago.


Could loprox (ciclopirox olamine) be used to treat balanitis?
i have a case of balanitis on the tip of my penis, and under my foreskin, and i have this antifungal creme i fouund in my medicine cabinet, called loprox 1%. its not expired. could i possibly use this to treat my ailment? Asked by Conchita Mentz 1 year ago.

It would depencd on the cause, an antifungal is literally that, antifungal, not antibacterial or anti allergy. If you are sure you have a fungal infection Loprox is ok, but it can cause itching and burning. It would be wiser to ask your doctor to diagnose the cause of your balinitis and give you the appropriate treatment. Answered by Murray Nastasi 1 year ago.


Im putting Loprox on my penis head?
Im using this product beacause my doctor told me that i had fungus there , ive been using it for 2 days and nothing has changed is this normal or is this product not working? Asked by Nieves Fouty 1 year ago.

how long did the dr. say it would take to work give it a week and then if its not better go see your dr. again... Answered by Wilfred Mccranie 1 year ago.

You need to follow the directions your doctor gave you. A lot of time fungi will not seem like there is any difference until the very end. They have a life cycle and the medication interrupts this cycle. You have to wait for all the organisms to die before the symptoms go away. Answered by Michel Kimberl 1 year ago.

Give it a week to 10 days if no change call your doctor again Answered by Rufus Capulong 1 year ago.

first off, dont call it a penis head. second, why do you have a fungus? third, dont use the product be a man. and be proud of what your momma gave you. Answered by Evelin Reeh 1 year ago.


I went to the doctor and found out i had ringworm...its on my stomach and its a white discoloration.?
yes,yes i know have it but when i went to the doctor the white discoloration wasnt visible so i showed him another spot. Now there is white discoloration on my stomach is that still ringworm? Asked by Breanne Duley 1 year ago.

Loprox cream, lotion, and topical solution are prescribed for the treatment of the following fungal skin infections: Athlete's foot Fungal infection of the groin (jock itch) Fungal infection of non-hairy parts of the skin Candidiasis (yeastlike fungal infection of the skin) Tinea versicolor--infection of the skin that is characterized by brown or tan patches on the trunk. Loprox gel is used for athlete's foot, fungal infections of the non-hairy parts of the skin, and certain scalp inflammations (seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp). Answered by Stuart Manso 1 year ago.

If the doctor diagnosed ringworm, then that is what you have. However, ringworm is not caused by worms. It is one manifestation of a yeast (candida) overgrowth. This is what is responsible for athlete's foot, nail fungus, jock itch, vaginitis and a bunch of other skin conditions, and other things too. You may want to go to www.hufa.org and click on the yeast link, for some basic information. If loprox is an anti-fungal cream, it should work, as candida is a fungus. Answered by Bettie Feron 1 year ago.

It's a threadworm, my son had them a month or so ago. Go to your local pharmacy or doctor and they will give you a tablet that needs to be crushed up and given to her. As you found the worm, you, your cousins parents and any other family that the child has been in contact with will need treated too. Sheets, clothing, blankets and extra cleanliness (dusting, vaccuuming, hand washing after using the loo, before eating etc) is in order just incase there are any stray eggs around which would basically start the whole process of the worms again. Continue the vigourous cleaning for up to a week after the worms have gone too. Good Luck Edit: These are quite common in young children, she is not going to die, she just needs the right treatment. The medicine that i was given for my son kind of sedated the worms, so they could be passed more easily. Answered by Raphael Yanai 1 year ago.

Ringworm is caused by the same bacteria as Athletes Foot...so use a medicine for athletes foot to cure it. I learned this from a doctor when one of my children had ringworm years ago. Answered by Donte Coatney 1 year ago.

Ringworm comes from animals usually. I suggest if you sleep with your animals, or allow them to sleep on your bed, sofas, chairs, etc., you stop. Wash your hands after each encounter with an animal. If you get ringworm on your scalp, it will leave a bald spot and that can be very unsightly. You may want to check into a body detox for worms in general after this experience. Log on to www.renewyourlife.com. Answered by Brook Cassella 1 year ago.

i had ringworm on my arm as a kid, its mainly caused by cats! another reason to rid the world of the ferral animal. any chemist can tell u what cream to use and it should only take a few days to get rid of, you'll know the cream is working beacuse the skin will dry out on top Answered by Ka Silacci 1 year ago.

Had ringworm and yes that is a good treatment. Answered by Eleni Net 1 year ago.

Swear to God I had a ringworm when I was a kid. my mother got the Dog to lick it (it was on my arm, perv) and it three days it was gone. Answered by Meagan Wahid 1 year ago.

they call it ringworm because it has a circular shape. anti-fungal creams will work Answered by Ceola Padarebones 1 year ago.


How do I get rid of stinky feet?
about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there... Asked by Elli Andy 1 year ago.

about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there anything I can do to make my feet smell "normal", and treat my black toenail? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me! suangg Answered by Cyrus Caiozzo 1 year ago.

Loprox gel will clear the skin and remove the foot odor. You will need to get a prescription for it. Answered by Neoma Detjen 1 year ago.

The smell comes from bacteria that grow in shoes and on feet from the excessive moisture. To help shoes last longer, and cut down on the odors in them (and thereby reduce the feet smell) - rotate shoes. Never wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row. The shoes need to dry for 24 hours between wearings. Discard any shoes that you cannot remove the odor from. Wear cotton socks and leather shoes. These will help the feet to breath. Change socks daily. Wash feet with a good mild soap each day. Dry feet thoroughly. Apply a good foot powder or spray. I use a peppermint foot spray every morning on my feet and a generic Dr sholls's type foot powder in my shoes. Avoid wearing plastic shoes or nylon socks. I haven't tried this one, but it looks like it might be a help. Soak feet in bath of 1 cup vinegar, 1 dash dish soap, lots of warm water for 10 mins. Pat dry. Refill tub or bowl with warm water and oatmeal, squeeze oats till water is milky...soak another 10 or so. Pat dry..fresh as a daisy! The person who recommended this says it lasts several days too! These tips will not cure stinky feet, but may help with the problem. Answered by Latia Zavasky 1 year ago.

i am not a proffesional and could not advise you as such...the only thing i can think of is using antifungal spray, make sure to clean your feet well and have them well dried after showers..well dried in between toes..using feet powder could help for this...and do not use closed shoes for a long time..when you have the chance wear sandals...its good to soak your feet in water at least at least twice a week...i have heard that putting a cup of milk in the water to soak your feet helps all the dead skin peel off ... Answered by Adan Droege 1 year ago.

Use nystatin powder in between your toes and avoid wearing shoes, aerate your feet as much as possible, keep them very dry after washing. Answered by Armando Gruver 1 year ago.

theres a product that you can buy in any store, called scent-away. hunters use it all the time to mask their scent. it doesnt cover it up, it actually nuetralizes it. Answered by Myrle Skura 1 year ago.

wash thoroughly. wear clean socks. wash your shoes if possible. see a doctor about using lamisil. Answered by Rory Brazzi 1 year ago.

you can wash your feet ,use foot powder, and go to a skincare docter Answered by Anamaria Ruyter 1 year ago.

vodka??????? Answered by Ai Tune 1 year ago.


I know this is gross but is there anything to get rid of a toenail fungus?
I stumped my toe and broke the nail half way off and now when it grows back it is not attached to the skin. i asked my doctor who said it would go away but hasn't. pls help Asked by Kirby Lowthert 1 year ago.

Try Loprox lotion I am not a dr nor anyting else Answered by Steve Dentremont 1 year ago.

Thats probably not fungus. If you stub your toe sometimes it can take a long time for it to go back to normal. If you had fungus it would be flakey. For that they have prescriptions and I heard once that you could use tea tree oil. But I'd just wait it out. You need to allow time for your nail to grow back normally. Answered by Angie Vaquera 1 year ago.

i think it will grow back, they grow out, now if it's a fungus there's creams & meds for that, good luck Answered by Kasi Kohles 1 year ago.

you should go ask your parents or something. try some cream i saw some cream at target once. if the cream doesn't work see another doctor Answered by Thi Kopriva 1 year ago.


Good remedy for athlete's foot besides Lotrimin?
I've used Loprox, which works great, but is $120 a tube plus I'd have to make a Doctor's visit to get a prescrip? Right? Asked by Alvin Bilton 1 year ago.

Quinsana powder, it is behind the pharmacy counter and you need a doctor's permission but it works great. Answered by Drusilla Dougherty 1 year ago.

Mix a solution of 50/50 bleach and water. Soak feet in solution for15 min. then wash good with soap and water dry well. PS If you have sensitive skin don't use this or dilute bleach even more. Answered by Sang Bagni 1 year ago.


How can you tell if ringworm is going away?
Is it suppose to look like dry skin? I been using Loprox cream has anyone used it? Asked by Elin Foecke 1 year ago.

Oh, god, I've just gotten over ringworm. That sucks so bad! Well, I've got scars from the ringworm, so I don't know if it's gone away or what. A lot of the spots I had just disappeared, so I guess when it's gone, it just looks like normal skin. I would keep putting on the cream, though. I used Tinactin, which worked great for me. Answered by Connie Bodon 1 year ago.

It works,just use it until the ringworm is gone. Answered by Adriene Hamett 1 year ago.

ask uer dr honey ok?to make sure its working goodluck. Answered by Bambi Dutta 1 year ago.


Alternative way of getting dandruf?
Asked by Margarite Fralix 1 year ago.

There are other topical treatments =that often help: Loprox shampoo, Clobex shampoo, selenium sulfide shampoo, various topical steroids and foams. Your doctor can recommend what seems appropriate and try until the best one is found. There isn't one thing that works for everyone, but nearly everyone can be helped. drink plenty of water and get a plenty of sleep. Answered by Muriel Sauer 1 year ago.

Part your hair in a way you're not used to and stay out in the sun. You'll get a sunburn on the part and start peeling. Not exactly dandruff, but it's the best way I can think of to get dandruff. Good luck! Answered by Bud Planas 1 year ago.

Dandruff is often caused by digestive problems. There are plenty of natural cures for detoxifying your system, and therefore, get rid of dandruff. One of them: Every night slice a lemon thinly, boil a cup of water, introduce lemon slices and let rest (covered) all night. Next morning filter liquid, add fresh juice of half lemon and drink. Repeat for 10 days. If you do not get rid of dandruff, you will still feel great because your liver, kidneys and intestine have been cleaned out. Answered by Raymonde Demos 1 year ago.

I am thinking you mean getting rid of dandruff. If you do, try a tea tree shampoo. Melaleuca makes a great one. If you can't get any of the name brand, try Wild Oats or a health food store. Answered by Ricardo Konecni 1 year ago.


Okay to use hair products when i am on loprox shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis?
i am being put on loprox shampoo as a treatment for seborrheic dermatitis, is it okay for me to use hair products such as wax and gel and hair spray while i am on loprox shampoo? Asked by Tamera Welliver 1 year ago.

Sure. Remember, the loprox is working on the scalp; the items you're mentioning are for your hair. The two happen to be in the same area of the body, but really are being treated with different items. The products will not interfere with your shampoo treatment. Answered by Filiberto Tyksinski 1 year ago.


Could loprox (ciclopirox olamine) be used to treat balanitis?
i have a case of balanitis on the tip of my penis, and under my foreskin, and i have this antifungal creme i fouund in my medicine cabinet, called loprox 1%. its not expired. could i possibly use this to treat my ailment? Asked by Merri Ashe 1 year ago.

It would depencd on the cause, an antifungal is literally that, antifungal, not antibacterial or anti allergy. If you are sure you have a fungal infection Loprox is ok, but it can cause itching and burning. It would be wiser to ask your doctor to diagnose the cause of your balinitis and give you the appropriate treatment. Answered by Dionna Goonan 1 year ago.


Im putting Loprox on my penis head?
Im using this product beacause my doctor told me that i had fungus there , ive been using it for 2 days and nothing has changed is this normal or is this product not working? Asked by Kizzie Gerstner 1 year ago.

how long did the dr. say it would take to work give it a week and then if its not better go see your dr. again... Answered by Lilly Alie 1 year ago.

You need to follow the directions your doctor gave you. A lot of time fungi will not seem like there is any difference until the very end. They have a life cycle and the medication interrupts this cycle. You have to wait for all the organisms to die before the symptoms go away. Answered by Marvel Tacata 1 year ago.

Give it a week to 10 days if no change call your doctor again Answered by Latisha Rathbone 1 year ago.

first off, dont call it a penis head. second, why do you have a fungus? third, dont use the product be a man. and be proud of what your momma gave you. Answered by Usha Attleson 1 year ago.


I went to the doctor and found out i had ringworm...its on my stomach and its a white discoloration.?
yes,yes i know have it but when i went to the doctor the white discoloration wasnt visible so i showed him another spot. Now there is white discoloration on my stomach is that still ringworm? Asked by Mallie Tomasino 1 year ago.

Loprox cream, lotion, and topical solution are prescribed for the treatment of the following fungal skin infections: Athlete's foot Fungal infection of the groin (jock itch) Fungal infection of non-hairy parts of the skin Candidiasis (yeastlike fungal infection of the skin) Tinea versicolor--infection of the skin that is characterized by brown or tan patches on the trunk. Loprox gel is used for athlete's foot, fungal infections of the non-hairy parts of the skin, and certain scalp inflammations (seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp). Answered by Freeman Spendlove 1 year ago.

If the doctor diagnosed ringworm, then that is what you have. However, ringworm is not caused by worms. It is one manifestation of a yeast (candida) overgrowth. This is what is responsible for athlete's foot, nail fungus, jock itch, vaginitis and a bunch of other skin conditions, and other things too. You may want to go to www.hufa.org and click on the yeast link, for some basic information. If loprox is an anti-fungal cream, it should work, as candida is a fungus. Answered by Sherrell Retek 1 year ago.

It's a threadworm, my son had them a month or so ago. Go to your local pharmacy or doctor and they will give you a tablet that needs to be crushed up and given to her. As you found the worm, you, your cousins parents and any other family that the child has been in contact with will need treated too. Sheets, clothing, blankets and extra cleanliness (dusting, vaccuuming, hand washing after using the loo, before eating etc) is in order just incase there are any stray eggs around which would basically start the whole process of the worms again. Continue the vigourous cleaning for up to a week after the worms have gone too. Good Luck Edit: These are quite common in young children, she is not going to die, she just needs the right treatment. The medicine that i was given for my son kind of sedated the worms, so they could be passed more easily. Answered by Gita Yanuaria 1 year ago.

Ringworm is caused by the same bacteria as Athletes Foot...so use a medicine for athletes foot to cure it. I learned this from a doctor when one of my children had ringworm years ago. Answered by Emilie Olsten 1 year ago.

Ringworm comes from animals usually. I suggest if you sleep with your animals, or allow them to sleep on your bed, sofas, chairs, etc., you stop. Wash your hands after each encounter with an animal. If you get ringworm on your scalp, it will leave a bald spot and that can be very unsightly. You may want to check into a body detox for worms in general after this experience. Log on to www.renewyourlife.com. Answered by Priscila Doiel 1 year ago.

i had ringworm on my arm as a kid, its mainly caused by cats! another reason to rid the world of the ferral animal. any chemist can tell u what cream to use and it should only take a few days to get rid of, you'll know the cream is working beacuse the skin will dry out on top Answered by Shara Tasker 1 year ago.

Had ringworm and yes that is a good treatment. Answered by Ellena Iyo 1 year ago.

Swear to God I had a ringworm when I was a kid. my mother got the Dog to lick it (it was on my arm, perv) and it three days it was gone. Answered by Tyrell Hariri 1 year ago.

they call it ringworm because it has a circular shape. anti-fungal creams will work Answered by Kathlyn Terrone 1 year ago.


How do I get rid of stinky feet?
about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there... Asked by Cherish Penaflor 1 year ago.

about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there anything I can do to make my feet smell "normal", and treat my black toenail? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me! suangg Answered by Danilo Dollings 1 year ago.

Loprox gel will clear the skin and remove the foot odor. You will need to get a prescription for it. Answered by Necole Born 1 year ago.

The smell comes from bacteria that grow in shoes and on feet from the excessive moisture. To help shoes last longer, and cut down on the odors in them (and thereby reduce the feet smell) - rotate shoes. Never wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row. The shoes need to dry for 24 hours between wearings. Discard any shoes that you cannot remove the odor from. Wear cotton socks and leather shoes. These will help the feet to breath. Change socks daily. Wash feet with a good mild soap each day. Dry feet thoroughly. Apply a good foot powder or spray. I use a peppermint foot spray every morning on my feet and a generic Dr sholls's type foot powder in my shoes. Avoid wearing plastic shoes or nylon socks. I haven't tried this one, but it looks like it might be a help. Soak feet in bath of 1 cup vinegar, 1 dash dish soap, lots of warm water for 10 mins. Pat dry. Refill tub or bowl with warm water and oatmeal, squeeze oats till water is milky...soak another 10 or so. Pat dry..fresh as a daisy! The person who recommended this says it lasts several days too! These tips will not cure stinky feet, but may help with the problem. Answered by Clarita Kawakami 1 year ago.

i am not a proffesional and could not advise you as such...the only thing i can think of is using antifungal spray, make sure to clean your feet well and have them well dried after showers..well dried in between toes..using feet powder could help for this...and do not use closed shoes for a long time..when you have the chance wear sandals...its good to soak your feet in water at least at least twice a week...i have heard that putting a cup of milk in the water to soak your feet helps all the dead skin peel off ... Answered by Willette Renze 1 year ago.

Use nystatin powder in between your toes and avoid wearing shoes, aerate your feet as much as possible, keep them very dry after washing. Answered by Rufus Lapeyrouse 1 year ago.

theres a product that you can buy in any store, called scent-away. hunters use it all the time to mask their scent. it doesnt cover it up, it actually nuetralizes it. Answered by Maybell Graci 1 year ago.

wash thoroughly. wear clean socks. wash your shoes if possible. see a doctor about using lamisil. Answered by Hyon Mullennex 1 year ago.

you can wash your feet ,use foot powder, and go to a skincare docter Answered by Shavon Mathias 1 year ago.

vodka??????? Answered by Gema Benabides 1 year ago.


I know this is gross but is there anything to get rid of a toenail fungus?
I stumped my toe and broke the nail half way off and now when it grows back it is not attached to the skin. i asked my doctor who said it would go away but hasn't. pls help Asked by Brad Maschio 1 year ago.

Try Loprox lotion I am not a dr nor anyting else Answered by Keith Tesnow 1 year ago.

Thats probably not fungus. If you stub your toe sometimes it can take a long time for it to go back to normal. If you had fungus it would be flakey. For that they have prescriptions and I heard once that you could use tea tree oil. But I'd just wait it out. You need to allow time for your nail to grow back normally. Answered by Ming Meusa 1 year ago.

i think it will grow back, they grow out, now if it's a fungus there's creams & meds for that, good luck Answered by Magen Salen 1 year ago.

you should go ask your parents or something. try some cream i saw some cream at target once. if the cream doesn't work see another doctor Answered by Laine Rockwood 1 year ago.


Good remedy for athlete's foot besides Lotrimin?
I've used Loprox, which works great, but is $120 a tube plus I'd have to make a Doctor's visit to get a prescrip? Right? Asked by Nicholle Knappenberger 1 year ago.

Quinsana powder, it is behind the pharmacy counter and you need a doctor's permission but it works great. Answered by Tempie Dimuccio 1 year ago.

Mix a solution of 50/50 bleach and water. Soak feet in solution for15 min. then wash good with soap and water dry well. PS If you have sensitive skin don't use this or dilute bleach even more. Answered by Luciano Morine 1 year ago.


How can you tell if ringworm is going away?
Is it suppose to look like dry skin? I been using Loprox cream has anyone used it? Asked by Ilene Chenault 1 year ago.

Oh, god, I've just gotten over ringworm. That sucks so bad! Well, I've got scars from the ringworm, so I don't know if it's gone away or what. A lot of the spots I had just disappeared, so I guess when it's gone, it just looks like normal skin. I would keep putting on the cream, though. I used Tinactin, which worked great for me. Answered by Daphne Sette 1 year ago.

It works,just use it until the ringworm is gone. Answered by Loris Wiesman 1 year ago.

ask uer dr honey ok?to make sure its working goodluck. Answered by Sook Kman 1 year ago.


Alternative way of getting dandruf?
Asked by Saran Treible 1 year ago.

There are other topical treatments =that often help: Loprox shampoo, Clobex shampoo, selenium sulfide shampoo, various topical steroids and foams. Your doctor can recommend what seems appropriate and try until the best one is found. There isn't one thing that works for everyone, but nearly everyone can be helped. drink plenty of water and get a plenty of sleep. Answered by Adriana Sadolsky 1 year ago.

Part your hair in a way you're not used to and stay out in the sun. You'll get a sunburn on the part and start peeling. Not exactly dandruff, but it's the best way I can think of to get dandruff. Good luck! Answered by Aubrey Frauenfelder 1 year ago.

Dandruff is often caused by digestive problems. There are plenty of natural cures for detoxifying your system, and therefore, get rid of dandruff. One of them: Every night slice a lemon thinly, boil a cup of water, introduce lemon slices and let rest (covered) all night. Next morning filter liquid, add fresh juice of half lemon and drink. Repeat for 10 days. If you do not get rid of dandruff, you will still feel great because your liver, kidneys and intestine have been cleaned out. Answered by Son Hoffert 1 year ago.

I am thinking you mean getting rid of dandruff. If you do, try a tea tree shampoo. Melaleuca makes a great one. If you can't get any of the name brand, try Wild Oats or a health food store. Answered by Cleora Gabler 1 year ago.


Okay to use hair products when i am on loprox shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis?
i am being put on loprox shampoo as a treatment for seborrheic dermatitis, is it okay for me to use hair products such as wax and gel and hair spray while i am on loprox shampoo? Asked by Betsey Sanchirico 1 year ago.

Sure. Remember, the loprox is working on the scalp; the items you're mentioning are for your hair. The two happen to be in the same area of the body, but really are being treated with different items. The products will not interfere with your shampoo treatment. Answered by Albertine Manger 1 year ago.


Could loprox (ciclopirox olamine) be used to treat balanitis?
i have a case of balanitis on the tip of my penis, and under my foreskin, and i have this antifungal creme i fouund in my medicine cabinet, called loprox 1%. its not expired. could i possibly use this to treat my ailment? Asked by Hillary Woolfolk 1 year ago.

It would depencd on the cause, an antifungal is literally that, antifungal, not antibacterial or anti allergy. If you are sure you have a fungal infection Loprox is ok, but it can cause itching and burning. It would be wiser to ask your doctor to diagnose the cause of your balinitis and give you the appropriate treatment. Answered by Nga Spika 1 year ago.


Im putting Loprox on my penis head?
Im using this product beacause my doctor told me that i had fungus there , ive been using it for 2 days and nothing has changed is this normal or is this product not working? Asked by Enedina Bayala 1 year ago.

how long did the dr. say it would take to work give it a week and then if its not better go see your dr. again... Answered by Rhonda Totherow 1 year ago.

You need to follow the directions your doctor gave you. A lot of time fungi will not seem like there is any difference until the very end. They have a life cycle and the medication interrupts this cycle. You have to wait for all the organisms to die before the symptoms go away. Answered by Herta Burpo 1 year ago.

Give it a week to 10 days if no change call your doctor again Answered by Lorena Milfort 1 year ago.

first off, dont call it a penis head. second, why do you have a fungus? third, dont use the product be a man. and be proud of what your momma gave you. Answered by Tashia Foshie 1 year ago.


I went to the doctor and found out i had ringworm...its on my stomach and its a white discoloration.?
yes,yes i know have it but when i went to the doctor the white discoloration wasnt visible so i showed him another spot. Now there is white discoloration on my stomach is that still ringworm? Asked by Eleonora Arntson 1 year ago.

Loprox cream, lotion, and topical solution are prescribed for the treatment of the following fungal skin infections: Athlete's foot Fungal infection of the groin (jock itch) Fungal infection of non-hairy parts of the skin Candidiasis (yeastlike fungal infection of the skin) Tinea versicolor--infection of the skin that is characterized by brown or tan patches on the trunk. Loprox gel is used for athlete's foot, fungal infections of the non-hairy parts of the skin, and certain scalp inflammations (seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp). Answered by Rowena Salsman 1 year ago.

If the doctor diagnosed ringworm, then that is what you have. However, ringworm is not caused by worms. It is one manifestation of a yeast (candida) overgrowth. This is what is responsible for athlete's foot, nail fungus, jock itch, vaginitis and a bunch of other skin conditions, and other things too. You may want to go to www.hufa.org and click on the yeast link, for some basic information. If loprox is an anti-fungal cream, it should work, as candida is a fungus. Answered by Leona Strike 1 year ago.

It's a threadworm, my son had them a month or so ago. Go to your local pharmacy or doctor and they will give you a tablet that needs to be crushed up and given to her. As you found the worm, you, your cousins parents and any other family that the child has been in contact with will need treated too. Sheets, clothing, blankets and extra cleanliness (dusting, vaccuuming, hand washing after using the loo, before eating etc) is in order just incase there are any stray eggs around which would basically start the whole process of the worms again. Continue the vigourous cleaning for up to a week after the worms have gone too. Good Luck Edit: These are quite common in young children, she is not going to die, she just needs the right treatment. The medicine that i was given for my son kind of sedated the worms, so they could be passed more easily. Answered by Keturah Mcgarrell 1 year ago.

Ringworm is caused by the same bacteria as Athletes Foot...so use a medicine for athletes foot to cure it. I learned this from a doctor when one of my children had ringworm years ago. Answered by Stanton Whisenand 1 year ago.

Ringworm comes from animals usually. I suggest if you sleep with your animals, or allow them to sleep on your bed, sofas, chairs, etc., you stop. Wash your hands after each encounter with an animal. If you get ringworm on your scalp, it will leave a bald spot and that can be very unsightly. You may want to check into a body detox for worms in general after this experience. Log on to www.renewyourlife.com. Answered by Abel Risper 1 year ago.

i had ringworm on my arm as a kid, its mainly caused by cats! another reason to rid the world of the ferral animal. any chemist can tell u what cream to use and it should only take a few days to get rid of, you'll know the cream is working beacuse the skin will dry out on top Answered by Felix Cabellero 1 year ago.

Had ringworm and yes that is a good treatment. Answered by Graciela Puccinelli 1 year ago.

Swear to God I had a ringworm when I was a kid. my mother got the Dog to lick it (it was on my arm, perv) and it three days it was gone. Answered by Peggie Morinville 1 year ago.

they call it ringworm because it has a circular shape. anti-fungal creams will work Answered by Chance Tsao 1 year ago.


How do I get rid of stinky feet?
about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there... Asked by Tayna Niblack 1 year ago.

about a year ago, the skin around my toes started to get "eaten away" by what I think was a fungus. The Dr. did toenail fungus tests twice on a toenail that has turned black, and they came back negative. Now my feet have a terrible odor, and nothing has been solved regarding the black toenail. Is there anything I can do to make my feet smell "normal", and treat my black toenail? Thanks in advance for any help you can give me! suangg Answered by Karleen Sohre 1 year ago.

Loprox gel will clear the skin and remove the foot odor. You will need to get a prescription for it. Answered by Dorian Hochfelder 1 year ago.

The smell comes from bacteria that grow in shoes and on feet from the excessive moisture. To help shoes last longer, and cut down on the odors in them (and thereby reduce the feet smell) - rotate shoes. Never wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row. The shoes need to dry for 24 hours between wearings. Discard any shoes that you cannot remove the odor from. Wear cotton socks and leather shoes. These will help the feet to breath. Change socks daily. Wash feet with a good mild soap each day. Dry feet thoroughly. Apply a good foot powder or spray. I use a peppermint foot spray every morning on my feet and a generic Dr sholls's type foot powder in my shoes. Avoid wearing plastic shoes or nylon socks. I haven't tried this one, but it looks like it might be a help. Soak feet in bath of 1 cup vinegar, 1 dash dish soap, lots of warm water for 10 mins. Pat dry. Refill tub or bowl with warm water and oatmeal, squeeze oats till water is milky...soak another 10 or so. Pat dry..fresh as a daisy! The person who recommended this says it lasts several days too! These tips will not cure stinky feet, but may help with the problem. Answered by Ron Tridenti 1 year ago.

i am not a proffesional and could not advise you as such...the only thing i can think of is using antifungal spray, make sure to clean your feet well and have them well dried after showers..well dried in between toes..using feet powder could help for this...and do not use closed shoes for a long time..when you have the chance wear sandals...its good to soak your feet in water at least at least twice a week...i have heard that putting a cup of milk in the water to soak your feet helps all the dead skin peel off ... Answered by Corinna Scharte 1 year ago.

Use nystatin powder in between your toes and avoid wearing shoes, aerate your feet as much as possible, keep them very dry after washing. Answered by Lenita Scheppe 1 year ago.

theres a product that you can buy in any store, called scent-away. hunters use it all the time to mask their scent. it doesnt cover it up, it actually nuetralizes it. Answered by Shala Brevik 1 year ago.

wash thoroughly. wear clean socks. wash your shoes if possible. see a doctor about using lamisil. Answered by Devon Klish 1 year ago.

you can wash your feet ,use foot powder, and go to a skincare docter Answered by Dionne Derezinski 1 year ago.

vodka??????? Answered by Laurie Halma 1 year ago.


I know this is gross but is there anything to get rid of a toenail fungus?
I stumped my toe and broke the nail half way off and now when it grows back it is not attached to the skin. i asked my doctor who said it would go away but hasn't. pls help Asked by Garry Vandemortel 1 year ago.

Try Loprox lotion I am not a dr nor anyting else Answered by Allen Busitzky 1 year ago.

Thats probably not fungus. If you stub your toe sometimes it can take a long time for it to go back to normal. If you had fungus it would be flakey. For that they have prescriptions and I heard once that you could use tea tree oil. But I'd just wait it out. You need to allow time for your nail to grow back normally. Answered by Tiffaney Havekost 1 year ago.

i think it will grow back, they grow out, now if it's a fungus there's creams & meds for that, good luck Answered by Milan Cookus 1 year ago.

you should go ask your parents or something. try some cream i saw some cream at target once. if the cream doesn't work see another doctor Answered by Alpha Hallada 1 year ago.


Good remedy for athlete's foot besides Lotrimin?
I've used Loprox, which works great, but is $120 a tube plus I'd have to make a Doctor's visit to get a prescrip? Right? Asked by Kassie Drozdowski 1 year ago.

Quinsana powder, it is behind the pharmacy counter and you need a doctor's permission but it works great. Answered by Inger Rowse 1 year ago.

Mix a solution of 50/50 bleach and water. Soak feet in solution for15 min. then wash good with soap and water dry well. PS If you have sensitive skin don't use this or dilute bleach even more. Answered by Loma Abasta 1 year ago.


How can you tell if ringworm is going away?
Is it suppose to look like dry skin? I been using Loprox cream has anyone used it? Asked by Delcie Niesborella 1 year ago.

Oh, god, I've just gotten over ringworm. That sucks so bad! Well, I've got scars from the ringworm, so I don't know if it's gone away or what. A lot of the spots I had just disappeared, so I guess when it's gone, it just looks like normal skin. I would keep putting on the cream, though. I used Tinactin, which worked great for me. Answered by Albertine Schickler 1 year ago.

It works,just use it until the ringworm is gone. Answered by Joel Pieretti 1 year ago.

ask uer dr honey ok?to make sure its working goodluck. Answered by Tia Quillen 1 year ago.


Alternative way of getting dandruf?
Asked by Jesica Parillo 1 year ago.

There are other topical treatments =that often help: Loprox shampoo, Clobex shampoo, selenium sulfide shampoo, various topical steroids and foams. Your doctor can recommend what seems appropriate and try until the best one is found. There isn't one thing that works for everyone, but nearly everyone can be helped. drink plenty of water and get a plenty of sleep. Answered by Tonie Ghil 1 year ago.

Part your hair in a way you're not used to and stay out in the sun. You'll get a sunburn on the part and start peeling. Not exactly dandruff, but it's the best way I can think of to get dandruff. Good luck! Answered by Laurence Guckes 1 year ago.

Dandruff is often caused by digestive problems. There are plenty of natural cures for detoxifying your system, and therefore, get rid of dandruff. One of them: Every night slice a lemon thinly, boil a cup of water, introduce lemon slices and let rest (covered) all night. Next morning filter liquid, add fresh juice of half lemon and drink. Repeat for 10 days. If you do not get rid of dandruff, you will still feel great because your liver, kidneys and intestine have been cleaned out. Answered by Vallie Phom 1 year ago.

I am thinking you mean getting rid of dandruff. If you do, try a tea tree shampoo. Melaleuca makes a great one. If you can't get any of the name brand, try Wild Oats or a health food store. Answered by Catrice Bollen 1 year ago.


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