Spreading Athlete’s Foot

Athlete’s Foot & Jock Itch are very common AND VERY CONTAGIOUS! Most people are going to experience it at least once in some form or another and it is common in men and women. The medical term for athlete’s foot is “tinea pedis” and “tinea cruris” for Jock Itch. They are skin infections caused by the ringworm fungus Trichophyton.
Athlete’s foot can be spread from person to person and is very contagious if they share socks, clothing or shoes. You can even catch the fungal infection from your pets. Athlete’s foot usually starts between the toes or on the bottom of your feet. It takes the right growing conditions like a warm, humid and moist environment to allow it to actually come alive. It can spread to other parts of your body.

For example: getting Jock Itch from putting clothes on without protection on infected feet can bring the infection to the groin area.

Fungal infections are named for the part of the body that is infected, however they are all the same infection. We can understand you’re skeptical of anything new because
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