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Lamisil AT Antifungal spray still available ?
#1
is it still available - anyone know ? Local stores or mail order ?
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#2
Found some on Amazon, ships from the U.K.
http://www.amazon.com/Lamisil-Athletes-F...l+at+spray

More expensive from U.S. seller.
http://www.amazon.com/Lamisil-Antifungal...l+at+spray
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#3
Thanks ! I would discount the option of overseas product for 'freshness' as well as prohibited shipping expense.

This exact product was supposed to be discontinued in the U.S and thus I wonder if someone would try to sell old stock.

I'm really hoping someone in the US has access to some in a local drug store or similar and we can verify age of product, ect...something like this.
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#4
That was my first thought on the U.K. seller as well, shipping. However, shipping on this one was free. The U.S. seller I think it said there were only 5 in stock. Don't you hate when something you like is discontinued? Sad

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#5
Best bet is to treat chytrid via an amphibian vets instructions. The "lamisal" treatment is not used by zoos or any amphibian vet or herptogolist I have spoken to.
There are some great utube instructions on amphibians in the recent amphibian ark publication.
Time to step out of the "dark ages" here is a link :
http://www.amphibianark.org/news/aark-newsletter/
-Beth
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#6
I dunno about 'Dark Ages' lol...Lamisil was effective. The reason it's not as much in use is the fact that it is somehow not produced in the U.S anymore.
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#7
http://www.dlblanc.com/coloherp/cb-news ... cosis.html
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#8
Philsuma Wrote:I dunno about 'Dark Ages' lol...Lamisil was effective. The reason it's not as much in use is the fact that it is somehow not produced in the U.S anymore.
With advances in PCR that rarely others use IMO to test, treat and retest other than the "human foot fungus treatment" given without positive tests along with no proven follow up or scientific data plus not being subscribed by vets or used by zoos.......
Form your own opinion.
-Beth
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#9
http://calenv.com/California_Environmen ... 20Cure.pdf
ZG
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