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Reacurring Ringworm

I got ringworm about a year and a half ago around my scalp and treated it with an antifungal cream as soon as it was noticed. Ever since then I've been having breakouts all over my body. Antifungal cream gets rid of the ringworm in about 4-5 days depending on how quickly I spot it. However, having to constantly check my body for ringworm and buying expensive antifungal cream is extremely frustrating and unnoticed outbreaks are very embarassing.

Are there any alternatives to dousing my body in antifungal cream constantly? Going to a dermatologist is a last resort because of financial issues.

Thanks ahead of time.
  temple01 on 2007-02-12
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Dear Temple01:
Ringworm is a symptom of a miasmatic predisposition (as R. Sankaran says) and sure you have had any other periods with another problem in your skin.
You should visit to an homeopath, becuse he has to analize and repertorize all your symptoms (new and old) to find your miasm and then prepare a treatment protocol to health you.
It's practically impossible to do by post.
Good luck
andres last decade
Just use Homeopathic ringworm in the 30c potency.
star.of.mitra last decade
Dear Temple01,

Bacillinum 200c is very effective it woul work quickly. Take one dose every other week only two times.
sergiorvil last decade
Yes Bacillinum 200c is correct. wd help.

Dr. Mahfooz
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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