Angular Cheilitis and ClotrimazoleClotrimazole is an over-the-counter medication used to treat yeast infections and other fungal based infections. Since angular cheilitis can sometimes be fungal based, can Clotrimazole be used to treat/relieve angular cheilitis?
While it is true that angular cheilitis can be caused by a fungal infection, Clotrimazole may not always help because angular cheilitis can also be caused by a bacterial infection or a bacterial and fungal infection simultaneously.
This means that Clotrimazole will not always be a good treatment for angular cheilitis Learn how to treat angular cheilitis.. In fact, the only time it will do anything is if your angular cheilitis is fungal based, and unfortunately, there is no easy way to tell whether your particular case of angular cheilitis is caused by bacteria or a fungus.
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