How to Treat Jock Itch

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How to Treat Jock Itch



You can get jock itch from sweating profusely, or from sharing contaminated towels. Jock itch is really a fungal infection.



  • Do I have jock itch?
  • How to treat jock itch
  • Do I Have Jock Itch?
    Jock itch is caused by fungi called dermatophytes. Dermatophytes inhabit your skin all the time. But when your body gets warm and sweaty for prolonged periods of time, the fungi can grow out of control, resulting in an infection. This infection is the same one that causes athlete's foot and even ringworm.

    You can get jock itch from sweating profusely, or from sharing contaminated towels. You can even give it to your wife or girlfriend. Jock itch doesn't discriminate based on gender.

    Jock itch symptoms include:

  • Itching and burning sensations over your genitals, inner thighs, buttocks and anal area
  • Redness, often in ring shapes
  • Flaking and cracking of the skin



    If you think you've got jock itch, take off the dang tights already! Fungi loves tight clothing. Get some boxers or some loose, breathable cotton underwear. While you treat jock itch, abstain from sweat-inducing exercise and weather conditions. Think clean, cool and dry.

    Treat jock itch symptoms with an antifungal spray or ointment. Aloe Vesta works fast. If you find that over-the-counter treatments don't work, you'll have to see your doctor. He'll prescribe a topical or oral treatment that should relieve your symptoms within a few days.


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