Why Does A Sore Ringworm Continue After Being Treated With Garlic?
Hello, I want to ask a week ago I was hit with ringworm on the temple of my face, I have applied an ointment, but my reaction still appeared and had a tinted white and itchy, then I tried it with traditional medicine that is using garlic, it is true, I used it when it has white spots and itching it’s gone, but after the use of oil on the ringworm continues to runny, how is that?
Ringworm is a skin disease caused by a fungal infection, the symptoms are in a form of a rash which is somewhat circular or resembles a ring in which the shape of the line / outer ring is irregular
Garlic has ajoene content in it, where from several studies that have been done ajoane is known to treat fungal infections on the surface of the skin, but so not all fungal infections on the skin surface can be treated only by using substances from the content of garlic, especially for fungal problems that are it's been quite long and heavy.
Areas of ringworm can become runny can be influenced by various factors, such as 1. There are open sores (as a result of scratching) so that germs can infect the skin, the result will arise liquid or pus. 2 Parts of the skin become runny because too much oil or cream is applied. 3. Experiencing irritation or allergic to substances applied on the surface of the skin.
As a preliminary treatment, Wulan can stop applying garlic and oil to the area of the skin that is experiencing pain, and use anti-fungal ointment / cream products that can be obtained freely at the pharmacy, the use of anti-fungus creams / creams do not need too much (until wet or wet) covered by cream) but quite spread thin but routine. Do not scratch the affected part of the skin, and try to keep the area of the skin from being compressed and moist
Healing the skin disease due to fungus requires a variety of time so that it can be 1 to several weeks, but try to keep the body clean well
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