Wow thank you for your in depth answer to my questions, greatly appreciate it! I was pretty much following your protocol then except for the drinking coke part. I'm only drinking it to help the absorption rate as research has shown it doubles it. Before starting Sporanox I was supplementing with a 50 billion culture probiotic for 2 weeks and have again started taking the same one in between doses to help crowd out any left over candida. So far the Ciclopirox isn't doing much to stop the overgrowing skin, but the difference now is that the skin does not easily turn white when in contact with fluids such as water. Last night I peeled the skin off to reveal normal looking lips as they looked before when I was using Nystatin. I still don't have much inflammation, it's just this darn exfoliating build up. I'm going to stick with the Ciclopirox for a couple more days just too see if it really is doing something. I know it works differently than a polyene antifungal like Nystatin so maybe it just takes a little longer to see actual results?
Also just to clarify. Only your top lip had the raw triangle part and that started growing new skin ONLY after 2 weeks of Sporanox correct? So before you never had any skin build up on top lip? And your bottom lip never exfoliated and built up skin every couple days, instead you just had wrinkled/indented skin? I'm just trying to get a good idea of what to look for if my lips start healing. I get the skin build up on top triangle part and a little to the left and right of it. About 80% of my bottom lip is affected for the most part, save for the last couple millimeters before the lips meet facial skin.