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Ringworm Treatment

Ringworm Treatment If you have been scratching and itching on a particular area of your body and the itch just doesn't seem to go away, and then you also notice a reddish ring-like patch on the skin, chances are you have been infected with ringworm.

Ringworm is a skin disease triggered by a fungal agent. There are a number of ways to catch this fungal infection. One of them is by being in contact with an infected animal such as your pet. As ringworm is highly contagious, you can be infected while playing with your pet and not knowing that your pet has ringworm. You can also contract ringworm sharing combs and hats or other personal belongings of an infected person.

Ringworm looks like a reddish rash and it is basically a harmless skin condition. Nonetheless, when infected, it is extremely uncomfortable and inconvenient. The good news is, ringworm can be easily treated. There are some over the counter treatments available for ringworm. Some of these are:

Lotrimin
Miconazole
Micatin
Mycelex
Ketoconazole
Selsun Blue – for treatment of scalp ringworm

To relieve the itching, you may try a topical corticosteroid. The hydrocortisone cream is one of product you can try. All of these ringworm medications work in eliminating the fungal infection. It will take a few weeks for you to be completely healed. There is another treatment call Dermasil that you can try which is not an over the counter product. It works faster than any of the above products to get rid of ringworm. You can read more about Dermasil here.