Jock itch/athletes foot/ringworm - can they all use anti-fungals like lotrimin (clotrimazole) af?

Yes. They are all fungus and hence can all be treated with an antifungal. I woul advise washing hands though prior to applying the medication on the different body parts.
All are similar. Fungal infections, based on appearance or location. Those are the common names for the infections that are otherwise pretty much the same.

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Is this ringworm? Rash between legs and into anus. Been on and off for months. When using lotrimin and other jock itch/anti fungal stuff, it is very controled. Often comes back but not as bad as it once was. Gets to the point where it hurts to walk.

Jock . Jock itch is also known as ring worm of the groin and is a fungal infection that can spread to the anus. A doctor can typically diagnose jock itch by looking at the skin. The fungus that causes jock itch thrives in warm, moist areas, and can be triggered by friction from clothes or prolonged interaction with moisture in the groin. Self care and otc medications can typically clear up jock itch. Keep the skin clean and dry and don't wear clothing that is too tight. There are topical ointments and medicines that can be applied to the rash to help it heal. Also, jock itch is contagious and can be spread by skin to skin contact or sharing or re-applying soiled clothes. Read more...

I have had athletes foot for the past 2 months. I started and stopped using lotrimin, (clotrimazole) then it spread. I then used it for a full month. Need new rx?

Maybe. Make sure to keep your feet dry all the time. Don't wear the same socks everyday unless you have washed them. If you don't see an improvement, see your dermatologist. There are stronger drugs that he can prescribe. Read more...
Athletes Foot. In stead of lotrimin get an rx for naftin (naftifine) 2% once daily for up to two weeks, do not go over 2 weeks. Read more...

Is it a good idea to use lotrimin (clotrimazole) ultra on a non athletes foot?

What's that? If by "non athletes foot" you mean a foot without a fungal infection, then there's no reason to use an anti fungal medication. But if you mean a fungal infection in a non-athlete, then yes, it's ok. Read more...
Non? Athletes foot means fungus on the skin of your feet. Since athletes get them more often due to perspiration. You could still get fungus even if you sit on the couch all day. If your feet itches and has a rash on it use lotrimin ultra or Lamisil (terbinafine) cream. If it doesnt get better in two weeks see a podiatrist or dermatologist. Read more...