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Body odor and ringworm - Is sulphur right?

My husband has had ringworm on his scalp and under his beard for about 20 years. He also sweats a lot and has offensive body odor. Even if he showers before bed, by morning he can have a strong odor again. He can easily let personal hygiene like showering and changing clothes slip if not prompted.

From my research, it looks like Sulphur is the remedy for him. Do you agree? What dosage and how often should he take it, and for how long?
 
  lisbeth on 2020-01-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
IS IT(RING WORM) DRY,MOIST,BLEEDING,OFFENSIVE,BLEEDING.ETC ETC
 
anuj srivastava 8 months ago
It is red and dry and itchy.
 
lisbeth 8 months ago
Head; eruptions; tinea; favosa capitis, scaldhead, porrigo, ringworm

Head; eruptions; tinea; favosa capitis, scaldhead, porrigo, ringworm; dry

Face; eruptions; herpetic; circinatus, tonsurans

Skin; eruptions; herpetic; circinate, ringworm

Skin; eruptions; red; dry patches, intensely itching

Male; offensive odor; fish brine; bath does amel.

Perspiration; odorous; bathing, after

Skin; eruptions; herpetic; circinate, ringworm

Generalities; bathing, washing; aversion to

A/M rubrics used to shortlist the medicines.Two medicines listed SULPHUR and PSORINUM.

Pen down more symptoms for selection of the appropriate remedy.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-01-28 07:59:55]
 
anuj srivastava 8 months ago

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