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Considering taking medication to treat Cutaneous Candidiasis? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Cutaneous Candidiasis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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ketoconazole top     40 User Reviews
gentian violet top     27 User Reviews
nystatin-triamcinolone top     21 User Reviews
nystatin top     21 User Reviews
Nizoral top     16 User Reviews
clotrimazole top     14 User Reviews
ciclopirox top     9 User Reviews
econazole topical     8 User Reviews
miconazole nitrate top     8 User Reviews
Loprox top     6 User Reviews
Nystop top     6 User Reviews
Nyamyc top     5 User Reviews
Fungoid Tincture top     4 User Reviews
Zeasorb AF top     4 User Reviews
Lotrimin AF top     2 User Reviews
Micatin top     2 User Reviews
Clotrimazole AF top     2 User Reviews
Antifungal Cream top     2 User Reviews
Jock Itch top     2 User Reviews
Lotrimin AF Powder top     1 User Reviews
Critic-Aid Clear AF top     1 User Reviews
Baza Antifungal top     1 User Reviews
Micro-Guard top     1 User Reviews
Clotrimazole Foot top     1 User Reviews
Triple Paste AF top     1 User Reviews
ciclopirox-vitE-nail lacq remo top     1 User Reviews
Fungi Cure top     1 User Reviews
Pediaderm AF top     1 User Reviews
Ciclodan top     1 User Reviews
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Breezee Mist top     Be the first to review it
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Desenex top     Be the first to review it
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Aloe Vesta top     Be the first to review it
Remedy Antifungal top     Be the first to review it
Secura Antifungal Extra Thick top     Be the first to review it
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Baza Cream Hospital Care Pack top     Be the first to review it
Antifungal (clotrimazole) top     Be the first to review it
Inzo Antifungal top     Be the first to review it
miconazole nitrate-dimeth-ZnOx top     Be the first to review it
Rash Relief Antifungal top     Be the first to review it
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NuZole top     Be the first to review it
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