Ringworm (tinea) is brought about by a parasitic contamination on the skin. The influenced regions are frequently red, round, and layered with a ring-like appearance. The parasite flourishes in warm, soggy regions of the body in this way the disease for the most part influences the private parts and inward thighs. What’s more, it likewise happens all the more every now and again in the late spring or in warm, wet atmospheres.
The rashes can be irritated and can even spread from one body part to the next and starting with one individual then onto the next.
Treatment alternatives include:
- Topical antifungal application
- Oral antifungal cases or tablets
- Keeping the influenced region perfect and dry