Treatment of Ringworm to the Different Body Parts of Humans

Each body part that developed a ringworm infection has a respective name and they were classified into 8 types that are listed as follows:

1. Tinea pedis (foot) – the ringworm is found in the foot that was caused by Trichophyton. Other parts of the feet like the soles, toes and nails are experiencing itchiness, redness ad swelling in the form of a patch or wound.

– Medications:

o Miconazole – this is an antifungal, antiparasitic and antibacterial drug that is available in cream, lotion, tablet, tincture and spray. Its multipurpose action destroys the formation of dermatophyte which is good in the treatment of ringworm in humans.

Application: The most common that is being bought by many is the cream. Cream should be applied 2 times daily which is morning and evening.

Dosage: 15g, 1oz. and 3 oz. mini tube.

Side effects: allergic contact dermatitis, minor irritation accompanied by burning sensation.

Precautions: Avoid the cream to come near into the eyes.

o Ketoconazole (Nizoral) – is an antifungal component in giving ringworm treatment in humans. It is available in cream, tablet and in shampoo.

Application: A 200mg tablet is to be taken once a day only by adults. For severe cases, 2 tablets are needed. A 3.3 to 6.6 mg/kg of tablet is being given to children over 2 years old.

Dosage: 200 mg tablet.

Side effects: Nausea and vomiting together with an abdominal pain are cardarine gw 50156 for sale the usual body reactions of some patients that are using the drug.

Precautions: It has some adverse reactions to some people who are allergic to the drug or is complicated to the status or situation of the patient. Here are the lists of people that must be aware of the complications of the drug that may affect them.

o Women who are breastfeeding – the drug might mix on milk that is being discharged from the mother’s breast which is taken by the baby.

o Pregnant Women – the drug has some chemical components that may harm the baby inside the mother’s body. The fetus might

o Itraconazole (Sporanox) – it is commonly used in treating fungal infections.