Jock itch is most commonly treated with over-the-counter anti-fungal powders and creams, according to WebMD. Rashes that develop from jock itch should be washed daily with water and soap, and the anti-fungal cream and po... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions

Person-to-person contact and contact with contaminated towels and clothes causes jock itch, explains Mayo Clinic. Risk factors include immune system dysfunction, wearing tight underwear, obesity and heavy sweating. The c... More » Health Women's Health

Jock itch is typically diagnosed by a physician. It causes a symmetrical pink or red rash on the inner area of the groin folds. There might be a scaly, dry rash or irritated area, or a collection of small, pinpoint pink ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases
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Treat a jock itch rash, or tinea cruris, by applying antifungal creams to the area and washing the rash well with soap and water, advises WebMD. Someone with jock itch that does not resolve with a few weeks or that recur... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions

Jock itch can be treated using over-the-counter antifungal ointment, lotion, powder or spray on the affected area twice per day, according to Mayo Clinic. While the rash can clear quickly after treatment is started, the ... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions

Jock itch is more common in men, but women can get it, as stated by WebMD. Jock itch causes symptoms such as itchy, red skin. More » Health Women's Health Reproductive Anatomy

Caused by a fungal infection similar to ringworm, jock itch is commonly treated with over-the-counter topical medications, such as miconazole or clotrimazole, according to WebMD. The area should be cleansed with soap and... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions