Thank you for your question.
You mentioned that you have "eye lids" which the doctor has diagnosed by looking.
Can you please elaborate on that.
I am assuming you wanted to say fungal infection of the eyelids.
Also, if you could attach a picture or two here for me to see that would be nice.
Thank you for your response.
I apologize for my late response.
I cannot see anything abnormal in the picture that you sent me.
However, I would like that you should add a very mild over-the-counter 1% hydrocortisone cream to the antifungal topical cream that you are taking.
Use it for five days.
I am very hopeful that this will improve with the hydrocortisone.
Let me know if you have more questions.
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The natural remedies that are most often recommended to treat a fungal skin infection are tea tree oil and apple cider vinegar, either of which can be gently dabbed onto the skin with a cotton ball.
It is also worth noting that while a skin fungal infection is frequently treated based solely on physical examination, a more definitive diagnosis can be made by looking at a scraping of the skin under a microscope. When symptoms do not improve with anti-fungal treatment, it would be appropriate to pursue this evaluation.
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