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By Jonathan Cluett, M.D.July 15, 2004
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This did not answer any of my questions of how to get rid of it!
Paco – try actually clicking on the link! Its blue, underlined and says “few simple steps”
i think that u should keep your feet dry and clean so u cant get athletes foot……
i’ve found that the athletes foot meditowels not only got rid but cured the athletes foot in no time!! try it here @ meditowels.com
In treating athlete’s foot, you should take the same precautions as you would when you have toenail fungus. As Jonathan have mentioned in his post, it is important that you observe good foot hygiene that includes drying your feet well before wearing shoes, avoid wearing the same socks two days in a row, and wear the right footwear in public shower rooms and gyms. If your condition persist, it is better if you seek professional help in order to gain the right treatment and to avoid your athlete’s foot from worsening.
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thank’s a lot
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