How To Treat Ringworm Naturally?

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How to deal with ringworm naturally and what are its characteristics?

1 Answer:

Hi koplop,

Thank you for asking

Ringworm is actually a common language that is often used to describe dermatophytosis, which is a fungal infection of the skin that can be caused by Trichopyton rubrum, Microsporum canis, and so on.

Clinically, ringworm is characterized by a reddish rash on the skin shaped like islands that appear more active on the outside. This rash can cause intense itching, especially when your body is sweating profusely. In many cases, ringworm can also experience a secondary infection by bacteria, causing a rash that is wet and pus-filled.

Because the cause is a fungus, the management of ringworm can be done through the administration of antifungal drugs, which can be in the form of ointments or oral medications. The choice of this type of therapy must be adjusted to the clinical symptoms experienced by the patient. Therefore, if you experience symptoms similar to ringworm, you should immediately see a doctor to get the best treatment. In addition to fungal drugs, doctors can also give you anti-itch medications to help relieve your complaints.

In addition to taking medication from a doctor, the treatment of ringworm must also be balanced with good body hygiene. For that, you should take a shower regularly at least 2 times a day. Dry yourself well before getting dressed. And remember to always wear clean, not tight, and sweat-absorbent clothes. Avoid exchanging personal items, such as towels and clothes to minimize the potential for transmission to and from others.

Hope it helps ya..

dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah

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