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I am having jock itch since 1 yr. I tried various creams with clotrimazole, miconazole, beclometasone, clobestol propionate etc on advice of doctors but nothing is working. Till I apply this cream, itching is bit less but it comes back with greater intensity as soon as I stop applying even for 1 day. I want to get rid of it permanently. Can you tell me some tablets, creams etc for this? I want a permanent solution. Thanks.

1 Doctor Answered
Jock itch can easily be managed with appropriate dosage and duration of antifungal treatment. Clobetasol and beclomethasone are steroids which are to be avoided. For further treatment details please consult me online.
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