I am a diabetic and frequently get yeast rashes under my breasts and under the folds of my stomach, especially in warmer weather. I got the following "recipe" from a lady on the Diabetes Message Board. (This recipe requires a prescription from your doctor.) It is a combination of 4 ingredients and must be "compounded" by your pharmacist. Some pharmacies will do it and some won't. I had my doctor write me a prescription for the "recipe" and took it to my local pharmacy rather than send in to my "mail order" pharmacy. I have used every cream and ointment there is, both prescription and OTC, and this definitely works the best. Recipe is: Bactroban or mupirocin 2% ointment (10 grams) Nystatin 100,000 unit/ml ointment (10 grams) Clotrimazole 10% cream (vaginal cream) (10 grams) Betamethasone 0.1% ointment (10 grams) You may want to give your doctor the following information: Note: Each ingredient may be replaced by something else. For example, another antibodic may be used (e.g. fucidic acid). Or, another antifungal might be used instead, or added (e.g. ketoconazole cream). Or, the AMOUNTS MAY BE CHANGED. Thus, if more anti-inflammatory effect is required, the Betamethasone can be increased to 10 grams, say, while keeping the other ingredients the same. Each time one adds another ingredient, all the ingredients are diluted, perhaps reducing the effectiveness of each. However, it is also the reason for using high percentages of some ingredients. Thus, the 10% Clotrimazole Cream, which ends up, in the above formulation, as 2.5% Clotrimazole Cream. Why the antibiodic for Candida Albicans? Abrasions, cracks, usually have some bacteria, in particular Staphylococcus Aureus growing in them. Why the steroid? Usually, the pain of infection is due to the inflammation associated with the infection, rather than the infection itself. This cream/ointment can be applied to all affected areas twice daily.