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Tinea versicolor can typically be treated with over-the-counter anti-fungal medications, which are often effective in removing the discolored patches or spots. If these medications don’t work, it is advised to contact your doctor for further tests to confirm it is tinea versicolor. A doctor may prescribe a topical cream or prescription pills to treat the condition. Many people are able to eliminate the infection entirely, but the skin may remain discolored for some time after, ranging from weeks to condition can sometimes also flare back up, especially if the patient returns to a warm environment or switches hormonal medications.