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Ringworm on breast after breast augmentation, alopecia areata. Auto-immune disorder?

I ve suffered from ringworms on my breasts 6 months after breast augmentation . It was gone for a short period when I put antifungal cream on, but they came back. Also, I m suffering from alopecia areata . I ve read on the implant manual (seBBin) that patients with auto- immune disorders can have problems with the implants. Is it possible that they are related? As for family history of autoimmune disorders such as this, my sister, who has not had implants, has problems with multiple warts on her hands . Can my implants cause me to have these auto-immune disorders like ringworm and alopecia areata?
Asked On : Sat, 24 Mar 2012
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Hi...dear stephan..,
Thanks fr choosing HCM..,
There is no relation between Breast Augmentation..,
and Alopecia areata + ringworm infection..,
Here Alopecia areata is due to insufficient food intake..,
called take Nutrition diet and keep hygiene of Ur hairs..,
Coming Rinwom is due to fungal called Tinea corporis..,
it is contagious...comint through clothes, sharing of soaps, towels(Fomites).,
I) For Alopecia..,
1) Tab Boitin 10 mg daily for 2 months..,
2) Apply Minoxidil lotion daily night times..,
3) Take fresh fruits and vegetables..,
II) For Ringworm infection....
1) Apply Terbinafine cream....(ZIMIG)...gsk daily 2 times..,
2) Tab..Fluconazole 150 mg (Flucan)weeekly once for 6 weeks.,
3) Keep that area clean and dry b using Clotrimazole dusting powder..(Candid)
Answered: Mon, 7 May 2012
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