Itchy Skin And Reddish Circles?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Despite its name, ringworm, this skin condition is not caused by any worm. This skin disorder is caused by a fungus and has a more or less similar appearance to the image below.
Because it is caused by a fungus, of course the medicine is antifungal. However, in your case, our advice is to first check your skin condition with a dermatologist for further examination and to ensure that your condition is really caused by ringworm and not another skin disorder. Plus, antifungals are prescription drugs that you can't buy over the counter, so you'll still need to see a dermatologist.
In addition, by telling your dermatologist that you are taking certain medications, you can also immediately choose a drug that is safe for you, even though so far the drugs you have mentioned do not have a history of dangerous interactions with antifungal drugs. Meanwhile, if you feel itchy, you can use salicylic powder to reduce symptoms, and avoid bathing using warm water. You can get more information by clicking on the following link to our article on Skin Fungal Infections. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa