When tinea cruris infects the groin area, the rash tends to appear in a red, ring-shaped circle. This may appear as one single circle or multiple circles on the groin, upper thighs, and lower buttocks. The affected area will feel irritated and itchy, sometimes so intensely that it interferes with daily activities and sleep.
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