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Athlete's foot generally responds to medication and the common problem is discontinuing the treatment course.
Athlete's foot responds well to over-the-counter antifungal powders or creams containing miconazole, clotrimazole or tolnaftate.
People who tend to get athlete's foot infections also have a higher risk for onychomycosis of the toenails.
For instance - with the exception of athlete's foot - women are more likely than men to suffer from foot-related conditions, the Mintel report states.
When they invade susceptible feet, they can cause a red, itchy condition called athlete's foot. Athlete's Foot is a rash on the skin of the foot.
Athlete's foot is a contagious condition and it can be spread either directly or indirectly.
Whilst athlete's foot is usually a mild condition, it can sometimes lower the ability of the skin to fight off other infections.This can lead to cellulitis, which causes redness and pain that may spread up the leg.
It is recommended by doctors as a chemical-free method to kill bacteria in shoes, reducing shoe odour and risk of infection from athlete's foot," the Daily Mail quoted Rainer Kuehling, a spokesman for manufacturer Shoe Care Innovations, as saying.
The study, titled "Tinea Pedis (Athlete's Foot): A U.S.
NextCen still owns and licenses other brands including The Athlete's Foot and MaggieMoo's.
Which of the following organisms causes the condition called athlete's foot?
Remember, now, we are ruminating about scientific books, couched in medical terms on the X's and O's of sun stroke, lower back pain, head concussions, dementia, and athlete's foot.