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lamisal pills and contagiuos period & sweating

I am lamisal 250mg. pills for athletes feet & Tinea cruris ( groin & rectal) fungal infection. How many days starting pills am I not contagiuos?  also I am having problem sweating in my peri enum. The worst is the night I am 47 years female  old tested 6 mths ago not perimenopause. I have raynauds in my hands and feet so naturally i am cold at night. I get  up 2 x a night to change my underwear and pjs cause i am sweating in my peri area. i wear 100% cotton underwear and pj bottoms. i do sweat in my feet but use healthy feet to keep them dry. i dont sweat in my hands or armpits. is there products to stop sweating special deodarants or sprays. i want to get this control before i never get rid the fungus in rectum and groin.
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Treatment for such increased sweating usually involves antiperspirants like aluminium chloride (20-25%) in 70-90% alcohol, wearing light and cotton clothes,taking cool refreshing baths,maintaining the temperature in your homes and cars and avoiding strenuous activities.

Also since you are perimenopausal, taking hormone replacement therapy may help.

It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.

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HOW long after taking lamisal pills am i not contagiuos 7 days? Thank you for your response
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