Lotrimin (Clotrimazole)

Photograph of Lotrimin (Clotrimazole) under the microscope.

Lotrimin is the brand name for the antifungal agent clotrimazole, which is used to treat dermal infections caused by yeasts and pathogenic dermatophytes. Once a prescription drug, Lotrimin is now the drug of choice for athlete's foot fungi, as well as tinea and ringworm. It is widely available over-the-counter in many drug stores and supermarkets. Side effects include skin rash, hives, blistering, burning, itching, peeling, and redness.

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