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I'm 48 year old. I am suffering from skin disease. N from same problem my family is also suffering. From last 4 months. Around the private parts of the body. Doctor suggested me to use ketoconazole cream. N fluconazole tablets also fexodil tablet. But no affect. It was as is. So what should I do.?
Hello doctor today I swallowed liquid washing powder (tadpoles). Now I am felling sock. Suffering from vomiting, acne in abdomen and diarrhea. What to do next. I have only drunk water and milk as prescribed by a doctor nearby my home.
I have heavy Brest size and sagging too and it is hariditical in my family. Can it be reduced by medication or some home remedies or should I suppose to opt for surgery.
I am 51 yrs old female, I am suffering from post menopausal hot flashes for last 4 years + I have problem in my left knee, constipation, depression, insomnia and rough hair. My hair are falling mainly from the frontal region. Please advice.
I am 43 years old. I have got skin problems for years. When rubbing my skin several white spots detected. It is very irritating. Please solve my problems.
Am I suffering from skin infection. Every few days I get itching in my jocky area. It's very severe. When ever I scratch it it gets bloody and I start bleeding due to excessive scratching and it becomes a wound and again after that wound gets head again the itching starts. This is happening from around 4 years and even when I bath it starts itching due to this I bath 2 to 3 days once I am frustrated due to this I am not able to travel much please help me. I have consulted a doctor he said it is a fungal infection He prescribed some medicine but still no cure to it When ever I take his medication it cures for a matter of time and again it starts itching. I met this doctor three times some 8 months ago. Now I am not taking his medication because, the infection is not curing.
On these days I'm having tiny red spots on my back and in the hands due to heat. How can I control this.
I am 25 years old I am man and my problem is that my skin is very oily and pimples and pimples sopt is very dark.
Pimple marks on my face as old as 2 years. Thought the same would pass away with time but few of them left red little dots and also there are potholes like marks on my face. What should I do? I am also facing stomach acidity and gastric problem since a 2-3 years. Are marks on my face and stomach issues interrelated?
Sometimes I get my body full of reddish area including my face and it is also itching, whether it is a skin problem.
I am suffering from fungal infection eczema from last year I'm was consulted so many doctor but relief only for temporary (at least 1 month) please help mi.
My skin is too oily and I have a little much hair fall also so what can I do too control my hair fall and how to make my skin healthy.
A common form of skin inflammation brought about by the fungal infection is called as Athlete's Foot and is most commonly seen among the athletes. In medical terms, this condition is called "tinea pedis". This generally starts in between the toes and gradually moves towards the toe nails, if left untreated. In the later stages, this infection has the tendency to move towards the palm region of the hands and other body surfaces, if left unchecked. Most often, this condition is referred to as the ringworm of the moccasin feet.
Statistics have shown that about 15% of the population is affected by this condition. It is important to note that men have a higher chance of contracting this contagious condition than women. Young adults or old children are most likely to take the hit for this condition.
After a serious research, the National Health Service has come out with the finding that, Athlete's foot can be transmitted from one person to another either by direct or indirect contact. Any environment that is warm and moist serves as the perfect breeding place for the fungal species to cause this condition.
Getting them treated before the condition spreads to other parts of the body is a very important step that has to be taken by the person who has been diagnosed with this disease. Instead of worrying about the condition after it has set in, a few remedial precautions can be taken to prevent the onset of this disease.
Some preventive measures are:
- Clean shoes and socks: The socks have to be changed at least twice a day and these must be able to absorb the sweat from the feet.
- Using a medicated powder: Normal talcum powder or an anti-fungal powder can be applied to the skin where the irritation prevails and this kills the fungi that might form on the surface.
- Precaution after swimming and going for walk: The region between the toes has to be wiped clean after swimming, bathing or going for a long walk. The basic idea is to remove the excessive moisture from the skin.
- Using socks and sandals: The sandals must allow some breathing space for the skin on the legs and when at home, socks without shoes can be worn.
Preventive measures help a great deal in avoiding the complications that arise out of this Athlete's foot.