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My 15yr old son came home from school today after football training and said dad these bumps have been itching and hurting a little and with further looking I think he has Ringworm in 3 different spots. I have never personally had this so I was wondering what is the best way to get this stuff to start healing and go away? I read that apple cider vinegar helps dry it out? Thanks yall
 

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It's a fungus (not an actual worm) IIRC, and I had bird dogs years ago that had it and I treated it with the same anti-fungal spray that you use for athlete's feet.
 

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It's a fungus (not an actual worm) IIRC, and I had bird dogs years ago that had it and I treated it with the same anti-fungal spray that you use for athlete's feet.


Ok, I'm headed to cvs and just wanted to get something that would work fairly quick if possible.
 

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Why wouldn't you take him to the doctor to be sure that's what it is? If so, he can prescribe him anti-fungal medication.
 

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All 3 of my sons wrestled in high school, and when they got ringworm, we went to CVS and got a tube of Lotrimin ULTRA... It worked within a few days... You have to keep putting it on the infected spots until it is GONE.. Regular Lotrimin wont work, has to be the ultra.. Hope this helps!
 

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I have 2 sons that wrestle as well Lotrium Ultra is the way to go if it is ring worm. There is a medication that the doctor can prescribe for severe cases
( like if it is in your hair ) Nizoral I believe
 

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I think it was Lotrimin Ultra that I used for my dogs, but after re-reading your post, you said "bumps." My dogs never had bumps. They had a nickel to quarter size red spot.
 

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