Ringworm or Nummullar EczemaHow do you tell the difference? I don't know what to do - it could be either, according to the various factors that can cause it...I have been applying anti-fungal cream to it for several days, to treat ringworm; but it is spreading and getting itchy and red in other places now. It kind of seems like, every time I apply the ringworm lotion: it gets a little bit more itchy in areas around it. So it's growing and growing. Can anyone please tell me: does this mean that my rash is NOT in fact, ringworm? And if it is not, why would I develop something like eczema at the age of 38, when I have never had it before and no family history?
was_pretty on 2006-05-25
In just only fungal infections, relief instantly comes after applying anti-fungal + steroids other wise you have Eczema.
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