Mushroom Skin Disease

MUSHROOM SKIN DISEASE
Ringworm is the most common fungal disease in humans, often encountered in athlete's foot. Ringworm can be transmitted from person to person by direct contact, from infected animals, fungal equipment (such as towels or changing room floors) or soil, etc.
Ringworm can occur at any age, race, or gender. However, athlete's foot is more common (more male than female). Children are less likely to get athlete's foot.
Some conditions make your feet more susceptible to a fungal infection:
• Living in warm, humid climates
• Sharing pool, shower, towels
• Wear tight, well-ventilated footwear
• Sweating profusely
• Having diabetes or a weak immune system
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Image of eczema soles
Image of eczema soles
CLINICAL SYMPTOMS
Common location:
• The space between the toes, especially between 4 and 5, between the 3rd and 4th toes
• Soles
• Instep instep
Ringworm can have one or both feet. Pictures vary depending on the location of the foot infected by the fungus:
• The instep will appear red, scaly, itchy skin with size from 1 to 5 cm. High ridge, small blisters, scaling, round or arc, center of lesions with normal-looking skin


• Between the toes may appear as inflammation, scabs, discharge The skin between the toes or under the toes may be cracked. Itching is high.


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• The soles of the feet (feet) may appear as pink to red skin to varying degrees.
• Ringworm, painful blisters and itchy sores are common to the instep or long foot.
• The most serious condition of foot fungus is pustular ulcer, shallow ulcer, painful keratosis. These lesions are particularly common between toes, but may include the sole of the sole of the foot. Therefore lesions are often infected with a combination of bacteria
Foot ulcers occur most often in people with diabetes and those with weak immune systems
CARE AND TREATMENT
If you suspect that your foot has a fungal infection, you can try applying one of the following antifungal drugs: Terbinafine, Clotrimazole, Miconazole.
Apply anti-fungal cream between your toes and soles for at least 2 weeks.
Also, try to keep your feet dry creating an environment that kills fungi (unable to live and thrive):
• Wash your feet daily and dry thoroughly, even using a hair dryer if possible.
• Use your own towel, don't share it with anyone else.


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• Wear cotton or wool socks, and change them once or twice a day, or even more often if they are wet.
• Avoid shoes made of synthetic materials like rubber or vinyl.
• Wear sandals as much as possible.
• Apply anti-fungal powder to your feet and inside your shoes every day
• Wear protective shoes in the dressing room, pool, or public bathroom.
If the lesions do not improve after 2 weeks of applying anti-fungal cream or intense itching or pain, see a doctor for diagnosis and advice. If you have blisters, pustules, and sores on your feet, you should see your doctor as soon as possible.
Some of the stronger anti-fungal creams prescribed by a doctor are: econazole, oxiconazole, ciclopirox, ketoconazole, naftifine, sulconazole, or butenafine
Another medication that may be considered for use is:
• Compounds containing urea, lactic acid, or salicylic acid to help address scaling, guide horns for easier anti-fungal creams to penetrate the skin
• The solution contains aluminum chloride, which reduces foot sweat
• Antibiotic creams to prevent or treat bacterial infections
• Antihistamines should be used to combat itching
If topical application is not effective then use 3-4 weeks of treatment with oral antifungal drugs, including:
• Terbinafine, Itraconazole, Griseofulvin, Fluconazole, Ketoconazole
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