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1. Early stages of jock itch
Jock Itch Picture 1
Picture 1 shows the early stages of a fungal infection. The skin has raised edges that are very distinct.
Jock Itch Picture 2
In the Picture 2 we can see small red rashes that are sporadic in nature. Eventually within a few weeks these small rashes will get bigger and become itchy causing the sufferer to scratch the area making matters worse.
2. Advanced stages of jock itch
Jock Itch Picture 3
In Picture 3 we see the sufferer has a fungal infection at an advanced stage. It looks really bad because the skin is inflamed due to the scratching.
Jock Itch Picture 4
In Picture 4 the sufferer appears to be at the end of a flare-up cycle where his infected skin has dried out and is starting to slowly heal.
3. Skin discoloration
Jock Itch Picture 5
In Pictures 5 and 6 there is noticeable skin discoloration. This is a result of prolonged scratching and use of antifungal creams over a period of time. Once the fungal infection has been cured, the skin will eventually repair itself and the discoloration and marking will disappear.