Athlete’s Foot

Its caused by the same fungus as ringworm infection,is uncommon in children but increases in incidence throughout adolescence and adult life.
 Symptoms

  • Itching and burning between the toes, accompanied by redness or white moist skin.
  • Itching and burning on the soles of the feet, Frequently, inflamed skin and small
    itchy blisters are also present.
  • Cracking and peeling skin, especially between the toes and on the soles of the feet.
  • Excessive dryness of the skin on the bottoms or sides of the feet.
  • Keep your feet clean and dry.
  • Use powders or soaking crystals, especially medicated powders to help keep your feet dry.
  • Change your socks daily, or more often, if they become wet, especially from perspiration.
  • Avoid vinyl, rubber, and plastic shoe materials.  These materials do not allow air to flow freely into the shoe.
  • Use of anti-fungal creams.  Anti-fungal creams destroy the fungi causing the infection, and make the skin so inhospitable that new fungi will not grow

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