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    Default Lamisil spray

    Does anyone know for how much lamisil spray goes around here?

    Significant other's little nephews have a horrid case of athlete's foot and their parents seem to be rather clueless...

    I'd like to help them pay for the spray, just that... let's just say they're the kind to ask for more than needed. I'd like to know the cost so in the future when I hear the usual, "I need a little cash for the meds." I'll know what they really need.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niknak View Post
    Does anyone know for how much lamisil spray goes around here?

    Significant other's little nephews have a horrid case of athlete's foot and their parents seem to be rather clueless...

    I'd like to help them pay for the spray, just that... let's just say they're the kind to ask for more than needed. I'd like to know the cost so in the future when I hear the usual, "I need a little cash for the meds." I'll know what they really need.

    Thanks.
    Don't know about Lamisil spray, but Tolnaftin cream or fluid is very effective if properly administered and treatment kept up for a couple of weeks until long after physical symptoms disappear. Can be obtained at most farmacias and is quite cheaper than other imported meds.
    Bryan

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    I'm a big fan of the local "Mexana" brand which is similar to "Gold Bond Powder" in the states except dirt cheap. Don't be afraid to try "Mexana" first and see if that does the trick.

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    Thumbs up supermercado national

    has both feet and jock itch anti fungal sprays. about150 pesos.ccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc

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    Guys, I appreciate all the input. I hadn't heard of Mexana before. Though, I think it'll be easier for the kids to use. I'll also check the supermarket and this tolnaftin. I think sprays are just easier for kids to use.

    Thanks again.

    I just hope their parents follow the instructions...

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