Athlete’s foot is one of the most common conditions I see in my office. Interestingly, some of my patients don’t even know that they have athlete’s foot until I point it out to them. Sometimes, they say, oh this is just dry skin, I had it for many years. Or they might even say, how could it be fungus if it doesn’t itch.
So here is something to remember. There is no such thing as just dry skin.There is always a reason for it. It is important to not mistake athlete’s foot for other conditions such as eczema, psoriasis. Once that has been established then it can be treated appropriately.
Over the counter topical creams and sprays are a great start but not always effective. Sometimes you are going to need something stronger and that needs to be prescribed by your doctor in form of a cream or in some severe cases, a short course of pills. It is also extremely important to prevent recurrence by keeping your feet dry and avoid walking barefoot in public areas.
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