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Should I let my doctor know I am using Lamisil AT?

Although Lamisil AT is for external use only, in some cases, small amounts may be absorbed into the blood system. Therefore, it is important to talk to your doctor about using Lamisil AT if you have kidney problems. You should also let your doctor know about if you are using Lamisil AT before beginning a topical prescription medication, herbal remedy or other treatment for your fungal infection. When using Lamisil AT to treat jock itch, ringworm or athlete's foot it's important to tell your doctor if your symptoms do not improve within two weeks. If you're pregnant or become pregnant, you should tell your doctor about your use of Lamisil AT.

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