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I have suspected ringworm on several parts of my body; most noticably on a patch to the side of my belly button. This patch becomes very sore and irritable; and I'm compelled to scratch.

Other outbreaks are on my leg, arm and back but are very minor compared.

I have been treating this woth a combination of Ars alb and tellerium; together with thuja cream.

It is still lingering.

Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
  rukasree on 2005-07-09
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
All I can help you with is a small home treatment that worked for my baby brother.
He used to get it quite often, especially in the summer when the air is very moist. My mother would rub the ringworm patches with rubbing alcohol until they became just a little raw and would sting.
After about 7 days, the ringworm would be gone. :-)

I don't know if that will help you, but it always got rid of the ringworm for my brother! And it's cheaper than a fungicidal cream!

Take care, and I hope you are able to get rid of that soon! :-)
Orume last decade
You can try following three medicines one by one.

Everyone or just one may work upon you.

Bacillinum or Tuberculinum
kuldeep last decade

I'll give this a go. Much appreciated.


what potency should I use for these?

Many thanks.
rukasree last decade
Start with either Tellurium 30 or Sepia 30. If it fails then try Bacillinum 1M.
kuldeep last decade

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