Ringworm & its Homoeopathic Management Introduction Ringwo
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Dr. Ruchita Bambhaniya
Ringworm & its Homoeopathic Management


Introduction
Ringworm is a highly contagious fungal infection spread from one person to another easily by direct or indirect contact.

Causes
Infection from another person
Unhygienic condition of body
Warm climate
Wearing tight and restrictive clothing
Weak immune system

Sign & symptoms
Round patches with elevated margins
Itching
Darkening of the skin
Hairloss to the affected part

Classification
Tenia pedis – ringworm of the feet also called athlet’s foot
Tenia cruris- ring worm of the inner thigh, groin, or buttocks also called jock’s itch
Tinia capitis- ringworm of scalp
Tinia barbae- ringworm of beard
Tinia mannum- ringworm of the hand and fingers
Tiniea unguium- ringworm of the nails
Tinia corporis- ringworm of the extremities and trunk

Diet and regimen
Keep skin clean and dry
Avoid sharing cloths, towel, or bedcovers with an infected person
Avoid scratching affected part it lead to increase and spread to other areas
Avoid too much spicy, oily and fermented food items

Psychological understanding
Ringworm can be caused by suppressed anger,
suppressing intense desires to do something but not able to do,
unexpressed emotions,
Struggling of the person

Homoeopathic medicines
Sulphur
Tellurium
Bacillinum
Sepia
Natrum mur
Calcarea carb
Thuja
Tuberculinum
Phytolacca
Dulcamara

NOTE :- Homoeopathic medicine can only be given after individualisation of the case which can completely cure the patient and cut the tendency to recurrence which provides innermost immunity and avoid occurrence of any other skin disease in the body.

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