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Jock Itch (cont.)

Follow-up

Use any medication the way it is prescribed and for the length of time prescribed. Do not stop because the rash goes away quickly.

If instructed to do so, follow up with your doctor to be rechecked even if the rash has completely gone away.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/6/2014
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