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Will your products work better than a doctor prescribed treatment?
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Our ringworm treatment products are known to work better than doctor prescribed treatments because they will fight fungal infections and bacterial infections in the same treatment. Other treatments usually do not work because they do not treat properly if there is a bacterial infection involved with the ringworm fungal infection.


Ringworm Facts

  • Ringworm is a fungal disease of the skin that may affect animals and us, and is seen in many different types.
  • Ringworm can be spreadby spores coming from from the fungus, and is durable and spreads quickly.
  • The problem itself is responsible for a number of similar conditions, athlete�s foot among them, and it is not essential for one to one contact to pass the disease.
  • Ringworm can occur on different parts of the body and manifests itself in a number of ways.
  • When the ringworm fungus is seen on the body is will be as a flat and round mark that itches and irritates, and on the foot the signs are scaling and marking of the skin
  • Ringworm will also harmour nails, where it causes them to harden and discolour, and sometimes become brittle.
  • Any discolouring or alteration in the appearance of the skin can be a sign of ringworm, and it will become more obvious between four and ten days of being afflicted by the spore.
  • Ringworm is contagious and, as a result, simple to contract, and can be spread in a number of ways.
  • By finding oneself in contact with a person or animal who is already carrying ringworm a person can easily be endangered by the problem, and likewise, by touching animals that carry the fungus.
  • Ringworm is virulent in cats and dogs, and also in domestic animals, and baby cats in particular pass on the fungus by rubbing against other cats and owners.
  • Ringworm is often spread from the floors of showers - particularly public venues used by a number of people - as the fungus breeds in damp areas.
  • The main step to take in treating ringworm is to reduce any contact with a sufferer to the minimum,
  • Furthermore it is important that any ringworm treatments are completed, as courses of ringworm treatment are meant to be effective over a set time.
  • Believing the ringworm has gone and finishing before that time can encourage it to return.
  • It is imperative that a patient is given the correct treatment, as hoping for ringworm to simply go away extends the period over which it could be spread among others.
  • Good advice is that people should not share personal tools that can spread ringworm; hair brushes and combs, towels and other washing items,
  • Items of personal use and particularly hats should not be shared with other people, in particular if there is a confirmed ringworm outbreak already.
  • When a pet with ringworm is the patient then have it treated and keep contact to only essential time, in particular cats who are the most likely to spread the fungus.
  • There exist a great number of treatments one can buy for ringworm, and these range from creams and lotions or sprays and washes.
  • The best treatments for ringworm are the ones that show attention to detail and banishing of the growth of the fungus.
  • To prevent ringworm, towels and other bathing items are washed regularly and replaced with fresh items on a frequent basis.
  • Ringworm can become widespread if left to get out of control, and be aware that it is not needed to touch an already suffering animal or person to become infected.

Last update: 12:56 PM Wednesday, April 1, 2009

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