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I forgot to add that is is completely flat, no raised edges, just a light red centre with a darker highly visible ring outline. There's no...
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It could be, if hair is missing from that area.  It could also be skin irritation or even a yeast infection.  Ringworm, as a fungus, could...
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This could possibly happen, it might be beacause your eye is irrated by the skin around your eye. As long as your putting the ringworm cream in it...
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Never get scared of these things.If at all happens for a ringworm to enter your body you need not be panic of these things.There are hell lot of...
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You can swim......you will not spread ringworm of the scalp through pool water.
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If you do not have any direct contact with a person who just assumes (self-diagnosed) he has ringworm (a fungus called "tinea corporis, not a...
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Ringworm (tinea corporis) is a fungus. Fungus likes warm, dark, moist areas and, unfortunately, the groin meets those environmental requirements...
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I do not endorse home surgery on a skin lesion; especially one that you have self-diagnosed as a ringworm. See a dermatologist.
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Yes. Ringworm is a fungus (tinea corporis) so nystatin may help.
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Potentially, yes. It happens to wrestlers all of the time. Ringworm is not a worm, as you may know, but a skin fungus.
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Assuming your husband was properly diagnosed (many skin lesions will mimic ringworm/tinea corporis), an antifungal medication (there are several over...
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Maybe it's not ringworm (tinea corporis). There are many round (annular) skin lesions that mimic ringworm, so if your child is failing on the...
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Keep the cats, but have the vet treat them for ringworm (a common fungus, not a worm). Treat the ringworm on your husband. Keep his diabetes in...
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Many things.....Atopic dermatitis can cause annular (round), scaley, skin lesion for one. Unfortunately, since I have no way of seeing your skin...
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I have never used iodine to treat a ringworm lesion (tinea corporis). Ringworm is a fungus and fungus is treated much better when you use an anti...
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