Untreated Yeast Infection

Yeast infections do not show symptoms in the initial phase for a certain period of time, and thus they go unnoticed and untreated. Most of the time we don’t think about the possibility of a yeast infection that we may have, instead, what we end up doing is start scratching if it gets a bit…

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Armpit Yeast Infection

The skin on the axilla is known as armpit, and fungal infection in the armpit causes redness, darkening, burning and itching and basically is a ringworm infection. Armpit yeast infection can be quite common, especially due to the high moisture content in the armpit, and because the area does not get exposed to air and…

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Yeast Infection on Hands

The most occurring hand fungus is Tineamanuum, which is also known as ring worm fungus, as it appears to be in the shape of a ring on the hands, palm, or in between fingers. Yeast infection on hands is caused by the fungus called dermatophytes. They are similar to other kind of dermatophytosis infections of…

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