Although antibiotics are prescribed frequently, misuse of these drugs can contribute to the emergence of resistant bacteria that is more difficult, or even impossible, to combat. It is also likely to have a negative effect on the immune system. For instance, during the bacterial attack, some good bacteria are also killed. The most common of these good guys are responsible for the production of B vitamins and lactase, as well as aiding in fighting tumors, lowering high cholesterol levels, and improving digestion. Without these friendly bacteria, the body is more susceptible to other pathogens that can cause immunological, neurological, or endocrinologic problems. This overgrowth of pathogens such as yeast (Candidiasis) has been linked to food allergies, autoimmune disorders, and chemical sensitivities, among others.
Nystatin and Triamcinolone Acetonide Cream is a type of medicine used to treat common skin problems like ringworm and yeast infections. This medicine is simply an antibiotic cream used to stop fungi from growing on the skin. It has been shown to help cure other skin concerns as well. The Triamcinolone cream is considered a steroid, so it can help keep your skin from swelling and having other reactions, as long as it is used properly. However, if you have any allergies or hypersensitivity to either Nystatin or Triamcinolone Acetonide, you shouldn’t use this medication.