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Is Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream Used To Treat Athletes Foot?

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Triamcinolone Acetonide is not always used for Athletes foot. The condition can be treated by the cream, but doesn’t work in all circumstances. Triamcinolone Acetonide is a complex substance that is often prescribed by doctors and healthcare professionals, and is used to treat skin conditions like eczema, rashes, psoriasis and skin irritations. The cream is a great way of dealing with skin conditions without causing further irritation as it can stop flaking skin, help heal wounds and help the skin heal when it has been subject to infections and other problems.

Depending on the use of Triamcinolone Acetonide, there are variations that can help different areas of skin. Hence, if you’re suffering from Athletes foot then you can make use of the variation of the cream designed to treat this chiropractic problem.

The medicine can come in other forms, too, and not just in a cream. As well as cream that is applied a number of times during the day to the affected area, there are ointments and spray forms that can help with difficult and problematic areas of the body.

Furthermore, there is a dental version that is used to help irritation in the mouth, wounds in the mouth and other problems that arise from behind or around the teeth. If you are suffering from Athletes foot, then you should get in touch with your doctor or family clinician for help. You will be provided with the advice you need to get the right cream, and to find out whether Triamcinolone Acetonide cream will actually be able to help your Athletes foot.
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Muhammad Nadeem answered
No, you can not treat athlete's foot with this ointment because it is a steroid and all steroids can not treat fungal infection. Athlete's foot is caused by fungus.
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Anonymous answered
Yes I have used it on it before and as well as poison ivy
Julia Profile
Julia answered
According to rxlist, it may not help all types of athlete's foot. So be careful.

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