Is it okay to put Lotrimin on my penis head under the foreskin?
I have the red rash looking marks and it stings and burn, including when I urinate. Can I put Lotrimin on my penis head? Also will it help?
Asked by Kayleigh Benchoff 4 months ago.
yes if you use the cream form. Lotrimin is the same stuff that is used to treat vaginal yeast infections and is an anti-fungal. Your best bet is to go see your doctor so that you can get a proper diagnosis but if you decide to go the lotrimin route be sure to use it for the full dosage term even if the rash goes away. This will prevent any micro-organisms from becomming resistant. Guys can get yeast infections too...especially if you just ran a course of anti-biotics. I encourage you to get a proper diagnosis though if you've never been diagnosed with a yeast infection and know what to look for. I took erythromycin as a teenager and got a yeast infection down there because of the anti-biotic killing the beneficial bacteria that normally keeps the yeast organisms that live naturally on our skin in check......and so since I personally know what a yeast infection looks like for me.....anytime I see it re-occur I know what it is to treat it. If you've never had a diagnosis before it may be unwise to self treat in case it is something different. Answered by France Banaszak 4 months ago.
Lotrimin Side Effects Answered by Romelia Babcock 4 months ago.
Your Answer: I wouldn't. It might even make it worse. If it is red & irritated - mix (1) teaspoon of table salt into (1) cup of really warm water. Dip penis into the warm salt water & keep it there until after the water turns cold. You might need to do it maybe 3 nights in a row. When finished, dry it & apply Vitamin E Oil to moisturize the skin & promote healing. (You don't have Smegma stuck under your foreskin, do you? If you don't keep it cleaned out, it can cause irritation.) Lotrimin side effects Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any develop or change in intensity, inform your doctor as soon as possible. Only your doctor can determine if it is safe for you to continue using Lotrimin. Side effects may include: Blistering, burning, hives, irritated skin, itching, peeling, reddened skin, stinging, swelling due to fluid retention Side effects of clotrimazole vaginal preparations may include: Abdominal/stomach cramps/pain, burning/irritation of penis of sexual partner, headache, pain during sexual intercourse, skin rash, hives, vaginal burning, vaginal irritation, vaginal itching, vaginal soreness during sexual intercourse Answered by Cornelius Struckman 4 months ago.
White rings around the HE organ....Well as they say bad habits die hard, is the case here mam. You probably need to ask ur BF to take a through bath before the real ACT. Its just uncleaned stuff accumulated on top of the HE organ, that's it. Nothing else....but its unhygienic. Can be dangerous. Stand clear of it, with a SMILE... :) Answered by Jordan Carriveau 4 months ago.
I don't really know. Read the directions to see if it says anything about applying to irritated skin. If it does not mention anything about it then I would put a little there to see if it helps. If it seems to be working out ok then, put on as much as you want I guess. Answered by Genoveva Schoen 4 months ago.
IS LOTRIMIN WORTH IT?
yep so this is for athletes foot.... has anyone tried it?? i want to know whether it works... b.c i have recently joined swimming and i've noticed the skin below my ankle is pealing!! yup thats all.... thanks, any feedback it appreciated ;)
Asked by Murray Zieglen 4 months ago.
Lotrimin is an excellent medication for athlete's foot. Unfortunately, I don't think that is what you have. Athlete's foot generally involves the foot, not the ankle. Answered by Apryl Naugle 4 months ago.
Lotrimin Cream has been around for years. It used to be prescribed, but now is over-the-counter. It works, but takes time, as the prescription creams work fast, but are more expensive. For my patients who are on a budget, I usually chose this cream, plus suggesting the Gold Bond powder, and Tinactin Spray. The main thing is to get your feet as DRY AS POSSIBLE to get rid of this stuff. Yes, using a hair dryer to your feet after showering is a BIG help!! Apply the cream, then the powder to your feet. Spray the inside of your shoes with the Tinactin. It takes about 10-14 days to see a real change, so be patient. Best of luck to you!! Answered by Ferne Schlager 4 months ago.
Can Lotrimin Ultra Athletes Foot cure a ringworm?
I believe my sister has a ringworm on her stomach near the belly botton area , is it possible that Lotrimin Ultra Athletes Foot can cure it ? And where could she have gotten it ?
Asked by Milford Solar 4 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Can Lotrimin Ultra Athletes Foot cure a ringworm? I believe my sister has a ringworm on her stomach near the belly botton area , is it possible that Lotrimin Ultra Athletes Foot can cure it ? And where could she have gotten it ? Answered by Brandie Weadon 4 months ago.
yes it totally does Answered by Edwina Neary 4 months ago.
Cat has rash, treat with Lotrimin AF?
My cat has what looks like an "athlete's foot" type irritation... right where her "belly roll" folds over her leg when she sleeps. See here: http://i.imgur.com/OJ6NF.jpg and http://imgur.com/Y5d7Q Definitely doesn't seem all that serious... hair loss from her licking it. no classic ring...
Asked by Rebecka Tygart 4 months ago.
I wouldn't recommend the Lotrimin AF. Excessive licking can lead to hair loss and I'm sure the rash is bothering her. It sounds like she's trying to groom/clean this area herself leading to the hair-loss. Whatever you put on there she's going to try and lick off. Sounds like she might needs some antibiotics. Take your cat to a Saturday clinic or discount Vet if need be. Our vet charges around $20 to see our cat instead of $50. Google in your area. Answered by Samuel Domann 4 months ago.
No! The cat will lick the medicine and it could hurt the cat. Call a 24 hour emergency vet in your area and get professional advice. They can ask the appropriate questions and tell you the right thing to do. Never give or apply any medicine to a cat without vet approval! Answered by Cornell Kussman 4 months ago.
looks like irritating to her,but would not use lotrimin might make worse,might be a allergy to something in house and might spread,think the vet would look at and do a scrap of the area to see if anything there like mites.fleas Answered by Coy Macker 4 months ago.
Yes it is true that veterinarians cost money. It is also true that you must never give an animal OTC medications meant for humans without clear instructions from a veterinarian, including dosage instructions that you can understand. Furthermore it is true that you have both a legal and an ethical responsibility to provide your pets a reasonable level of veterinary care. Answered by Yahaira Nudelman 4 months ago.
For a toe nail fungus which over the counter cream works better Lamisil or Lotrimin?
Asked by Brant Holdvogt 4 months ago.
It looks like most sites about nail fungus recommend Lamisil but hardly any of them mention Lotrimin. Lamisil supposedly kills fungus AND prevents it from returning. The Dermadoctor says that Lamisil is far superior to other types of antifungal treatments. Plus, I didn't see a lot of mention of Lotrimin on the fungus websites. Lamisil usually takes about 6 months to work and has some side effects. If you've got a severe infection then you should see a doctor. But, from what I read, it looks like Lamisil is a superior treatment. Answered by Sarah Mieles 4 months ago.
Not sure, but I was reading an article about this the other day and it said that vicks vaporub works well too!! This might be a cheaper way to go......I would google it first to see how many times a day you would have to put it on etc......Good Luck Answered by Judi Rio 4 months ago.
Never heard of them but what really works is tea tree oil.And wash your feet every time you visit public areas like pools and cotton sock help alot Answered by Kaylene Hetu 4 months ago.