Whenever you got an infection on skin the reason behind this may be any infection, the most common culprits are funguses or bacterial infections. Fungal infections are fairly common but it disappears as long as these rashes are in the eczema category. Many of the time most common diagnostic mistake made by both patients and non-dermatology physicians is that they call scaly rashes “a fungus.” For instance, someone with several scaly spots on the arms, legs, or torso is much more likely to have a form of eczema or dermatitis than actual ringworm.
As yeasts are botanically related to fungi and they can cause skin rashes. Many a times these tend to affect folds of skin. They look fiery red and have pustules around the edges. As is the case with ringworm, many rashes that are no more than eczema or irritation get labeled “yeast infections.”
Who are at risk?
Person have more chances of having a fungal rash include those are taking high-dose or long-term antibiotics or immunosuppressant drugs and who are involved in taking these or other medications. An overweight person has also chances of having rashes.
Diabetic person are more likely to have skin problems. Who are incontinent can be caught by skin problems. Those who perspire heavily and have a loss of mobility as they are unable to maintain independent toileting may have more chances of having skin problems. Sometimes, If you use a new skin care product and that started irritating you this can result in skin rashes.
Treatment for Skin Rashes
Person who is affected by the fungal infection use antifungal treatments as they apply it over the infected area. Topical treatments and anti-fungal tablets are commonly available. The treatments of the rashes or the skin disorder depend upon the type of rashes. A thin layer of anti-fungal cream is applied over the affected area until it is absorbed into the skin. It is rash area is moist then it is dust with an anti-fungal powder and excess powder is brushed off.