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Fungal Sweat Rash occurs in skin folds such as the armpits, groin area and under the breasts. A fungus infects the area and the warm and moist conditions cause it to multiply. The result is very itchy, sore and scaly skin which can sometimes have a white-yellow curd covering it.
Thrush is a fungal infection caused by a yeast called Candida that affects both males and females. It is naturally found in the body, at a harmless rate, but when conditions change and the pH is unbalanced, the yeast multiples and causes the symptoms of thrush.
Fungal Nappy Rash affects the groin and buttocks, the fungus also spreads into the skin folds. It is caused by a damp and dirty nappy touching the skin for too long. The condition can be treated at home, if the condition doesn't improve your doctor will be able to help you further.
Oral Thrush is caused by a fungus called Candida Albicans. The fungus causes white spots and can be uncomfortable.
Ringworm is the common name for the skin infection Dermatophytosis, which is caused by a fungi called dermatophytes. A contagious skin infection that can affect people of all ages but is easily treated using topical anti-fungal creams.
Jock Itch, know medically as Tinea Curis, is caused by the same type of fungus as Ringworm and Athlete's Foot. The infection can affect the whole groin area including the tops of the thighs.
The most common nail condition is Onychomysis, a fungal infection of the nail plate. It causes the nail to become thickened, yellow and brittle.
Typical symptoms of scalp ringworm are reddening, hair loss, scaling and intense itching. This contagious skin infection is caused by a fungi carried on humans and animals, plus the spores can live on bedding, unwashed clothes, towels, brushes and furniture. This form of ringworm can affect people of all ages but is most common in children.
Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis) is a fungal skin infection which results in the skin becoming scaly, itchy and dry. It can be transferred from one person to another, this usually happens in areas where people walk barefoot such as swimming baths or showers.