Health Conditions

Jock Itch

What is Jock Itch?

Jock itch is a fungal infection in the groin area. The fungi grow in warm, moist areas. Symptoms include itching, blisters, scales, and bumps.

Treatment for jock itch includes medications, creams, and over-the-counter treatments. Common drug classes used to treat jock itch are allylamine antifungals, azole antifungals, azole antifungal / corticosteroid combinations, antiprotozoals, antiprotozoal / corticosteroid combinations, corticosteroids, hydroxypyridone antifungals, and tubulin inhibitors.

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