Skin is the most integral part of our body which basically covers and protects internal system from outer world which could cause damage. But skin itself quite vulnerable to cause infections by germs and viruses. And there are many factors that could cause such damages. Although most of the symptoms are limited to outer surface of your skin, but some can also causes its effects through bloodstream.
Fungal skin diseases are caused by development of fungal bacteria which can be cause by the hygiene, weather, viral or just an immunity system failure to make antibiotics. There are many types of fungal disease which includes athlete’s foot, jock itch, ringworm and yeast infections. And there are many reasons why it is caused.
It causes peeling, redness, itching, burning, and sometimes blisters and sores. Athlete’s foot is caused by a microscopic fungus that lives on dead tissue of the hair, toenails, and outer skin layers. There are also sub-type of athlete foot namely, Interdigital, Moccasin and Vesicular
Treatment process is quite simple to understand as doctors scrape out some partial of affected area and to examine the existence of any fungal content. Then it would be easier for doctor to decide which medication course would be suitable. The medication could be of two kind, oral and topical, and usually topical medication works best.
The fungus thrives in warm, moist areas of the body and as a result, infection can affect the genitals, inner thighs, and buttocks. Infections occur more frequently in the summer or in warm, wet climates. It is contagious to some level. some of the common symptoms includes Itching, chafing, or burning in the groin or thigh, circular, red, raised rash with elevated edges, redness in the groin or thigh, flaking, peeling, or cracking skin. It can be diagnose of the location of the rash and how intense is. It can be cured with un-prescribed topical antifungal medications.
It can appear anywhere on the body and it looks like a circular, red, flat sore. It is often accompanied by scaly skin. The outer part of the sore can be raised while the skin in the middle appears normal. It is bit contagious! The one patch of ringworm on the skin, and patches or red rings of rash might overlap. It is possible to have ringworm without having the common red ring of rash. It would be best if you consult it with your doctor and get suitable medication course. But for normal conditions, un-prescribed topical medication would also be effective on it.
It is caused by yeast-like fungi termed as candida. They occur when yeast on the skin grows more actively and causes a red, scaling, itchy rash on the skin. Yeast infections are not contagious. It might affect nearly any skin surface on the body, but are most likely to occur in warm, moist, creased areas including the armpits and the groin. Candida infection is especially common among people who are obese or who have diabetes. it is best to consult your doctor to get suitable medication course.