Athlete’s Foot

Ringworm Athletes Foot Cream

Ringworm Athlete’s Foot Cream The ringworm fungal infection, athlete’s foot is often treated with topical antifungal agents, which can take the form of a spray, powder, cream, or gel. The most common ingredient in over-the-counter products is miconazole nitrate. In the United States the typical concentration found in products is two percent.  Tolnaftate is also…

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Ringworm Athletes Foot Contagious

Ringworm Athletes Foot Information Ringworm, Athlete’s Foot, contagious rashes can all be contracted if you come into direct contact with someone who is infected.  Touching contaminated items can also spread the infection. Direct skin contact also raises the chances of Ringworm or other contagious skin infections. Humans are far more likely to contract Athlete’s Foot…

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Ringworm Athlete’s Foot Tinea Pedis

Ringworm Athlete’s Foot Tinea Pedis Athlete’s foot is a rash that occurs on the soles of the feet and the skin between the toes. It is the most common fungal infection in the United States and is estimated to affect up to 70% of the world’s population at some time in their life. Ringworm athlete’s…

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