Fungal Infections Treatments

Treatment for fungal infections depends on the type of fungus and the part of the body that’s infected. Some fungal infections require short-term treatment, while other, more serious infections can require a year or more of treatment to resolve the infection.

Treatments may include:

  • Topical ointments for minor skin infections
  • Oral medication
  • Intravenous medication
  • Surgery to remove fungal masses


  • Medications
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