Jock Itch Symptoms

Symptoms of jock itch, especially if persistent and untreated, can be painful and uncomfortable.

Jock itch symptoms vary, but here are the most common ones:

  • Itching or burning around your groin, thighs, buttocks, and anus
  • Red rash and raised, scaly patches
  • Blisters or ulcers that may ooze
  • Abnormally dark or light skin in the infected area
  • Broken blisters, causing pain and swelling
  • Thick, dry, scaly skin on the groin area
  • Foul odor if infection becomes severe

Where Will I See It on My Body?

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Groin

See Example

May cause a red, scaly rash with blisters that may break and ooze.

Thigh

See Example

Skin around the infection may become abnormally light or dark.

Buttocks

See Example

Itching and burning may occur around the anus and buttocks.

Who Is at Greater Risk for Getting Jock Itch?

Jock itch isn't a problem just for athletes. Some people have a greater risk of getting this fungal infection.

Men (but women can get it, too)

Men (but women can get it, too)

People who sweat, heavily

People who sweat, heavily

Anyone with an impaired immune system

Anyone with an impaired immune system

People who wear tight underwear or unwashed jockstraps

People who wear tight underwear or unwashed jockstraps

Jock Itch Treatment Options

Use as directed.

LamisilAT® Cream for Jock Itch

Full prescription strength. Proven to cure jock itch with 1-week of treatment.*

*When used as directed.

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Use as directed.

LamisilAT® Spray for Jock Itch

Full prescription strength. Liquid spray for easy, no-touch application.

See Product

BD7604