Don't get discouraged! Ringworm takes several weeks to clear up at best. And, if I remember correctly, it's only been about 10 days.
What, exactly, have you done so far?
I know you gave one dip but have you repeated it? They are usually given twice a week.
Has the vet prescribed an oral (systemic) med.?
Is your kitty on the very best food possible? Any vit supplements?
Are you bleaching and cleaning EVERYTHING religiously?
I think, in order to deal with ringworm you've got to wage full on war 'cause it can be pretty stubborn.
I don't know about FungRx (except that it's quite pricey
)but I would check with the vet first and make sure it won't have a bad reaction with anything else you're doing.
One of the reasons kittens (and children) are so prone to ringworm is because their immune systems aren't fully formed. Therefore, making sure that she has excellent nutrition right now is really important to help her body fight it off. You may consider adding a good vitamin supplement to her food as well.
If the FungRx really does work in 48 hours that would be amazing (I must admit, I'm sceptical) so let us know! But, if it doesn't, don't be discouraged. Ringworm does take a lot of time and patience but I'm sure your kitty is worth it and one day you'll look back and say, "Remember when she was a baby and had ringworm? She was so cute!." No, really! You will!