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Different kinds of antifungals
 
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Different kinds of antifungals


I just found out that not all anti-fungals are created equal. Both medicinal and natural (they say) are effective for different conditions.
For example, fluconazole may be used for mucotaneous candidiasis, but ketoconazole may be better??
Where is there one consistent opinion about these things. Of course scientific studies come first, but then why can't doctors look at the studies and make their decisions from those studies.
WHY should I need to be on the internet looking for the studies...to find out what I need from scientific studies...then stress about where I'm going to find a doctor to help?
So, IS fluconazole as effective as ketoconazole for mucotaneous candidiasis? I'll make sure the scientific studies I find on line back me up.
 

 
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