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Itrafungol Use

Ben13

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Hi all, I’m new to the forum and was hoping to get some advice. My 4 year old boar Smudge has suffered from ringworm about a year ago. Over the weekend he has started exhibiting a few symptoms that make us think it may have returned (trying to groom/bite at the area & sensitive to touch) there’s no hair loss yet.
We still have a large quantity of Itrafungol left over but wanted to find out if this can go out of date. Would really appreciate your help. Thank you
 

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I think I would get him Vet checked to make sure it’s the same problem and not something else. If it is fungal you could ask the vet if you can use the old intrafungol or whether it has gone out of date. If it is fungal and it’s still in date then you can save a few pennies by using it.
 

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Hi all, I’m new to the forum and was hoping to get some advice. My 4 year old boar Smudge has suffered from ringworm about a year ago. Over the weekend he has started exhibiting a few symptoms that make us think it may have returned (trying to groom/bite at the area & sensitive to touch) there’s no hair loss yet.
We still have a large quantity of Itrafungol left over but wanted to find out if this can go out of date. Would really appreciate your help. Thank you
It should say on the bottle.
 
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