Thanks for asking! I'm happy to say that Ellie is totally over it now. I did take her to the vet last week and before he even saw her, he said, "I can tell you right now she isn't cleared up, but I'll look at her any way." Then he had to admit that she was all better, which seemed a little painful to his professional ego.
He still wanted me to keep her in a cage for one more week to be sure, and "keep doing whatever it is you're doing to her." So I did for a couple more days, just to see if Ellie would develop more spots or show problems with the previous ones, but she never did and still hasn't...
The vet acted surprised that the kitten was over ringworm that fast!
I would highly recommend FungRx to anyone. It's an oral solution you feed them 2 times a day with a syringe, which isn't easy. But it's totally worth the hassle.
I kept doing Malaseb baths every other day, too, because I didn't like the scaly stuff that kept coming off. The Malaseb kept her cleaner and didn't hinder the situation.
So all in all, it took us 3 weeks to rid her of ringworm. Two weeks of doing what the vet recommended which wasn't working and the ringworm was getting worse... one week after I started with FungRx, she's cleared up.