Homeopathy Medicine for Jock Itch

The skin of the genitalia, inner thighs, and buttocks are particularly susceptible to the fungal infection known as jock itch (tinea cruris), which results in an itchy, red, frequently ring-shaped rash.

Due to its prevalence in sweat-prone individuals, such as athletes, and its propensity to strike overweight individuals, jock itch has earned its nickname.

Jockey itch is typically treated by keeping the affected area clean and dry and using topical antifungal medications, even though it is frequently uncomfortable and bothersome.

Jock itch typically starts as a reddened area of skin that spreads in the shape of a half-moon from the groin crease to the upper thigh. The rash may also be accompanied by a line of small, raised blisters along its border.


Jock itch is frequently brought on by the same fungus that causes athlete’s foot, and because the fungus can move from person to person or on a towel to the groin, it is common for the infection to spread from the feet to the groin.


Bacillinum, Tellurium, Sepia, Sulfur, Dulcamara

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