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Malassezia yeast infections

How do you kill a Malassezia yeast infection? OTC creams do not work.My friend also has this on the skin or it could be tenea versicolor(looks like ringworm) or dermatophyte fungus-she also had toe nail fungus.
Myself,I have Lichen Sclerosis and I treat it with beta glucan and tea tree oil. But I was also treated a while back for toe nail fungus-I was prescribed Lamisil and it took care of the nail fungus. But the dermatologist did not do lab test to see what kind of fungus was causing this. It's possible it was caused by Malassezzia yeast-very hard to kill-could this be linked to Lichen Sclerosis? And does anyone know what my friend could take for her skin problems?
  cyndi on 2005-10-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Fairly serious problem here .

Normally the body should take care of there problems.

When it cannot it means that the immune system is not functioning properly.

This could be due to the ingestion of pharmaceutical drugs , prescribed by orthodox medico"s.

Visit a GOOD homeopath and check their ability with other cured patients.
walkin last decade

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