Handling Fungal Infections In The Skin Of The Breast?
Hello, my doctor has had 3 days of candidiation going to college in the breast area, how do I handle it. I have been given antibiotic drugs such as mefenamic acid and amoxilin now it is less itchy, but it starts to feel sore. Is that a good sign? What ointment to buy?
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Candidiasis is a skin infection caused by a fungus. Often experienced in areas that are often sweating such as folds of the breast, folds of the buttocks and thighs. The risk of developing this disease is increased in someone who is fat, does not change into wet clothes and likes to wear tight clothes. This disease is characterized by a red rash that feels itchy.
The treatment is by applying anti-fungal ointment. No antibiotics are needed to overcome this disease. You can buy antifungal and anti-itch medications at the pharmacy. However, you should first consult with the nearest doctor, the doctor will conduct an examination to determine whether it is candidiasis that causes complaints on your skin or other things.
Meanwhile, you should not scratch the itchy rash. To avoid scratching. Scratched wounds risk becoming infected wounds.
Thus, hopefully useful.