This is Dr. David
this is not a resistant bacterial infection
is a chronic fungal infection from excessive moisture under the breast and on the skin
these chronic fungal skin infections can take months to years to clear
antifungal treatments have to be with several treatments with nystatin powder under the breast 4 times a day to dry the skin under the breast.
fungal infections like to grow in dark moist environments under the breast
you also need diflucan antifunga pills as well
many people stop using the antifungal creams after a few weeks.
the antifungal creams have to be used for 8-12 weeks at least and for 2 weeks after the rash goes away to make sure it doesn't come back.
so that is why this fungal infection is not going away
the skin has to be keep dry with antifungal powders 4-6 times a day under the breast
and antifungal creams have to be used for a longer period of time.
when the fungal infection goes away, then the area skill has to be kept dry daily to prevent return of the fungal infection
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