PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THE SPEECH ABOUT MEDICAL BECAUSE NOT EVERYONE CAN AFFORD MEDICAL INSURANCE.
Recently my friends son played with a stray cat and caught ring worm. It started out as a cluster of tiny itchy red bumps that he scratched and the tiny red bumps began to spread all over his body. My friend was waiting for her sons medical to be approved and didn't want to see her son suffer. I looked online to see what she could use until she could get him to the doctor. Based on what I found, I mixed up a lotion for her to rub on him twice a day and it worked like a charm really fast.
1 tube of Monostat (Yes the yeast infection cream, it's a slightly weaker version of what a doctor would prescribe for ringworm)
1 tube of anti itch cream
1/2 tube of triple antibiotic ointment
1/2 cup of shea butter
Mix well and apply twice a day.
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