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ringworm on vulva-help!

Yes-and it's causing yeast infections now. Doctor's thought it was lichen sclerosis because old biposy came out negative(that was 2 years ago) New biopsy says it's ringworm and I've tried everything under the sun but it's spreading to the inside.I also have toe nail fungus and I used to always take baths. I believe this is how I got this. Please help. I'm taking diflucan and using clotrimozole-but I've been doing this off and on for about 4 years.
Any help would be appreciated.
  miss itch on 2005-10-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I have used Ars Alb 30c in the wet dose for Ringworm on the skin but I cannot be certain if it could help you where you have noticed it as it is usually damp.

Your toe nail fungus is also caused by the same fungus and should react positively to the remedy.

There is usually a delay of about a month or longer which this remedy takes to help to eradicate the fungus but in my experience it does so permanently.

Method to be followed to make the wet dose.

Get a 500ml bottle of spring water
Pour out 100ml
Put in 3 globules or 1 drop if you have the liquid remedy Ars Alb 30c.
Hit the bottle hard on your palm or a cushion and watch for the water to fizzle like when you open a bottle of soda. This is known as succussion and increases the potency of the remedy every time and this must be done before every dose
Sip a teaspoonful twice daily.

Report response in a few weeks.
Joe De Livera last decade
Thank you!
miss itch last decade
pelase try the Ars. alb if it fails then you can start the Sepia 1M weekly one dose followed by croton tig 30 thrice in a day for atleast 3 month
deoshlok last decade

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