If you have ringworm then what is the sign, doctor? Usually when the ringworm is dry, isn’t it?
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Ringworm is usually a term that refers to a yeast infection in the skin. This condition is often characterized by a reddish skin rash, which is shaped like a circular island, with the outer side that looks more active, smooth, runny, and sometimes berisisik and peeling. This rash can cause intense itching to heat, especially when the skin is moist. Not infrequently, the rash can spread from patient to other sufferers, either through direct or indirect contact (for example when exchanging towels or clothing).
Ordinary people often find it difficult to distinguish ringworm symptoms from other diseases, such as bacterial infections, viral infections, mite infections, contact dermatitis, drug eruptions, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, and various other skin conditions. Your complaint of experiencing watery rashes can be caused by ringworm, but can also arise due to other causes.
Before drawing conclusions too early, our advice, you first check your complaints to the doctor or dermatologist. With direct evaluation, doctors are usually able to determine the causes as well as the best treatment. Some of the following suggestions you can do to make ringworm heal faster:
Do not hold ringworm
Take a clean bath, dry your body well after dressing
Do not exchange personal items with others
If you sweat, take a shower again
Maintain endurance, by eating healthy foods, exercising regularly, not carelessly taking medication (especially drugs that reduce immunity)
Do not carelessly give drugs to ringworm without doctor's advice
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