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Most ringworm infections of the skin, such as jock itch
, can be treated at home with antifungal creams and powders you can buy without a prescription. But have your doctor look at any infection that does not go away, is severe, or comes back.
If you do not take care, it will spread to larger areas of skin and give you lot of discomfort.
Jock itch (tinea cruris
) is a form of ringworm. Ringworm is not a worm at all. It is a fungal infection
of the outer layers of skin, hair, or nails. Fungi (plural of fungus) are present everywhere in our environment.
Ringworm of the skin appears as a rash with patches that may be red or peeling or that have bumps on the edges that look like blisters. The skin often is itchy, and the rash can spread quickly. You can have both jock itch and athlete's foot (tinea pedis
) at the same time.
(pins and needles) of the tongue can feel mild and result from something as simple as poor dental hygiene and bacterial overgrowth. Tingling can also be a symptom of more serious permanent nerve damage
or underlying disease. Therefore, it is important to identify the cause of any unexplained or unusual tingling.
Seek immediate medical care if you experience serious symptoms, such as the sudden onset of tingling tongue along with unexplained tingling, weakness or numbness on just one side of your body; sudden severe headache; sudden loss of vision or vision changes; changes in speech, such as garbled or slurred speech; or the onset of tingling following a head, neck or back injury
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