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Have ringworm in face, hands, thighs, itchy. What is the cure?

hi,am 24 yrs and its now more than 10 yrs having a problem with my skin.i have ringworm in my face,hands and thighs.sometimes they are itchy and they appear whitish.i always deworm after every 3mnths but nothing seems to change.i have visited several doctors they test my stool and urine but after medication the same problems reoccurs . please advice
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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hi..thanks for your query
Ringworm has no relation with deworming done 3 monthly.It is a fungal infection and needs treatment with oral /topical anti fungals.
You should visit a dermatologist to make a correct diagnosis about the same and get treated.It might be Seborrheic Dermatitis , which is also managed by anti fungals and topical steroids.It presents with similar white patches do to the inflammation going on since a long time in your skin.To control itching , you can take ora anti allergic tablets like Allegra or Cetrizine.
Hope this is helpful..Take care!
Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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