TABLE 2.

Treatment Options for Common Fungal Infections

Cutaneous Fungal InfectionsTreatment Options
Candidal vulvovaginitisButoconazole vaginal 2% cream
Clotrimazole vaginal 1% cream, 100 mg vaginal tablet
Miconazole 2% cream, 100 mg vaginal suppository, 200 mg vaginal suppository, 1,200 mg vaginal suppository
Ticonazole vaginal 6.5% ointment
Fluconazole 150 mg × 1 dose
Nystatin vaginal 100,000-unit vaginal tablet
Perianal candidiasisMiconazole topical 2% cream, 4% cream
Miconazole insert 100 mg, 200 mg, 1,200 mg
Diflucan 150 mg by mouth × 1
ThrushNystatin 100,000 U/mL
Clotrimazole 10 mg
Miconazole 50 mg
Gentian violet topical 1%
PerlecheNystatin/triamcinolone topical 100,000 U/0.1%
Clotrimazole topical 1%
Miconazole topical 2%
Ketoconazole topical 2%
IntertrigoFluconazole 200 mg daily × 2–4 weeks
Itraconazole 200 mg daily × 2–4 weeks
Ketoconazole 200 mg daily × 2–4 weeks
Terbinafine 500 mg by mouth twice daily × 6–8 weeks
Nystatin topical 100,000 units/g ointment, powder, cream
Erosion interdigitalis blastomysetica chronicaClotrimazole 1% cream or solution
ParonychiaFluconazole 200 mg daily × 2–4 weeks
Itraconazole 200 mg daily × 2–4 weeks
Ketoconazole 200 mg daily × 2–4 weeks
OnichomycosisTerbinafine 250 mg