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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Athlete's foot



All about athlete's foot
Athlete's foot (tinea pedis) is a fungal infection that develops in the moist areas between your toes and sometimes on other parts of your foot. The condition usually causes itching, stinging and burning.
The organisms that cause athlete's foot thrive in damp, close environments created by thick, tight shoes that squeeze the toes together and create warm, moist areas between them. Damp socks and shoes and warm, humid conditions also favour the organisms' growth. Plastic shoes in particular provide a welcoming environment for fungal growth and infection.
Athlete's foot is contagious and can be spread in the following ways:
Human to human - Direct, skin-to-skin contact with an infected person can spread the infection, but not everyone who carries the fungus develops signs and symptoms.
Object to human - The fungus is carried on fragments of skin or other particles that contaminate floors, mats, rugs, bed linens, clothes, shoes and other surfaces. Although transmission can occur within a household, the infection is more commonly passed along in public areas — locker rooms, saunas, swimming pools, communal baths and showers.
Animal to human - Household pets can pass along fungal infections to humans.
Treatment depends on type and severity. Most cases of athlete's foot can be treated at home using an antifungal medicine to kill the fungus or slow its growth. If it doesn't clear up, you will need to see your doctor and have prescription treatment.
Prevention
Keep your feet dry, especially between your toes. Go barefoot to let your feet air out as much as possible when you're home.
Wear socks made of natural material, like cotton or wool, or a synthetic fibre designed to draw moisture away from your feet.
Change socks regularly. If your feet sweat a lot, change your socks twice a day.
Wear light, well-ventilated shoes. Avoid shoes made of synthetic material, like vinyl or rubber.
Alternate shoes to allow time for one pair to dry.
Protect your feet in public places. Wear waterproof sandals or shower shoes in communal showers, pools, gyms and other public areas.
Don't borrow shoes. Borrowing risks spreading a fungal infection.

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8 comments:

  1. Anastasia BergleJune 6, 2010 at 9:53 PM

    Thanks for this information. I currently am suffering from a really bad case of athlete's foot. I swear I almost died! This information has helped me believe that there is hope again, and you have been the light in my rainy day.
    With gratitude,
    Anastasia Bergle

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  2. thanks for this helpful info, i am sufring from this now and i just been to my doctor and i got a medicine call "Canesten Cream. Clotrimazole 1%"

    hope this will help you.

    by the way i have been sufring fom this for about 2 months and i hope i get a cure for this as it is very annoying

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  3. there is a natural product that does a terrific job on athletes foot. You can find it info at http://havingathletefootproblems.blogspot.com

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  4. OK now that u have told us what the causes are. what kind of advice and u give for the cure? terri milsap memoriesatlast@yahoo.com

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  5. i gave it to my girlfriend :)

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  6. people that have ths sholud not show their feet thats just nasty

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  7. My infection started about three weeks ago. There was some peeling on the top of my toes radiating from between my toes. It was mild at first, so I didn't think much about; just thought it waas odd. Then one day it was everywhere and it hurt to wear shoes. I don't mind telling you I was terrified! I am a diabetic and foot infections can be deadly. It doesn't look any where near as bad as the picture above, but thank goodness I found this site. I'm not quite as worried as I was. My doctor put me on Ciclopirox 0.77% cream and oral ketaconazole. I started those meds tonight. I'm not putting shoes on until this starts to clear. My toes actually burn. Don't know how I got it, but I want it gone asap!

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