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Fungal Infection Treatment Or Not?

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  • Fungal Infection Treatment Or Not?

    I recently found an unwanted swelling upon my skin few days back. This swelling is painless but I feel quite embarrassing at the times when I have to attend parties or any other social event. Should I use a bandage to cure this or should wait to get it cured itself? tell me what can i do and should i go to any fungus doctor or not? Sometime I feel anxiety and depression because of this swelling.
    Last edited by Fallen1; 01-30-2013, 08:45 AM. Reason: Remove outbound linking
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    Fungal Infection Treatment

  • Fungal skin infections are infections of the skin caused by yeasts, which are groups of fungi that are normally harmless. When these grow excessively, they can cause the symptoms of a fungal skin infection. There are a variety of treatments available in the form of creams, lotions, paints, shampoos and medicated powders. Some of these are available over-the-counter from a pharmacist, without prescription.


    • Yes, you should go to a fungal infection doctor. Doesn't matter you are feeling pain or not but you have to know the cause of it, may be you have any allergies to any specific food or daily using things. Don't put any bandage on it. In which Bory part's skin you have swelling?
      Last edited by FlorenceSunderland; 11-26-2014, 03:27 AM.


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