i've had this question in my mind for quite some time.
let's say u've done the saliva test but it's come out negative.
i'm told by a worthy fellow blogger here that one can still have topical fungal issues.
one question on that,
# does such fungal bumps itch for sometime?suddenly?
so,now am going to focus on fungal folliculitis and it's solution.
well, we all know what it is..antidandruff/anti-fungal shampoo like nizoral,scalpe,head & shoulders etc.
but my point lies somewhere else.
most people i've seen here(including myself) guess it's fungal folliculitis.most aint sure.
so,we are asked to give it a go.
and most of us do that.
two questions here,
# is it safe to use a anti-fungal shampoo on our face(chest/back/body) when it might not be fungal issues at all?
will it bother our acne/zits/whiteheads in any way?
will it trigger formation of zits/whiteheads/blackheads since it contains harsh chemical(which may dry the skin)?
should it be used only on the individual bumps?
it's our guess or someone's suggestion that anti-fungal shampoo will help.
for which we are thankful..for it really does help many of us who can't possibly imagine the zits/bumps to be anything else but acne vulgaris.
but it'd do very good to know the approximate time for them to heal.
#so how many days should we go on using the shampoo or lotion to see result?
have u used it?
how long did it take for the bumps to lessen or disappear?(i don't expect anyone to have noticed one single bump minutely,but in case u have please share ur opinion)
my cousin has bumps and so do i.although she's got more of it.
both of us have other zits/whitehead problems and so do many here.
so, please share ur experience!
i request to be sure before stating facts in this case for this is a matter of safety.and we certainly don't want to worsen any matter.
Edited by aanabill, 27 April 2013 - 12:47 PM.