Athlete's Foot


1. Athlete’s foot is majorly caused by a variety of fungi all belonging to a group called dermatophytes, which also causes jock itch or dhobi itch. 

2. Athlete's foot can be spread through direct contact with the infection and by skin particles left on towels, shoes, or floors.


1. The symptoms of athlete’s foot includes extreme Itching, stinging, and burning between your toes or on soles of your feet. 

2. Athlete's foot can damage the skin and leave it open for bacterial infections, such as cellulitis, to take hold of it.

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There are several things you can do to help prevent athlete’s foot infections: 

1.Wash your feet with soap and water every day and dry them thoroughly, especially between the toes. 

2.Don’t share socks, shoes, or towels with others. 

3.Wear shoes made of breathable materials.