help i have chilblains and i thought i had atheletes foot or fungus?
How do i treat it because it comes back everytime when it is healed? It appears on my fingers and toes and when it is cold. It’s swollen and red and really itchy. My toes had developed blisters and i treat it with AHA lotion on and it helps shed the dead skin away. My toes look red still but it healed. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.
Try to keep the areas warm to prevent recurrence.
The cause of chilblains isn’t known. But tests in some people with chilblains may reveal abnormal proteins that tend to sludge in cold temperatures.
In chilblains, it’s important to slowly rewarm the skin after cold exposure. Treatment may also include:
* Corticosteroid creams to relieve itching and swelling
* Medications to improve circulation
* Keeping any sores clean and protected with sterile dressings
An episode of chilblains usually clears up within seven to 14 days. To prevent chilblains, avoid or limit your exposure to cold, such as by dressing warmly and covering your head and all exposed skin when you go outside in cold weather.
Best wishes to you. Keep warm!
Foot Fungus or not.. Very confused and need help ???
Ive been getting these little red things on my feet they almost look like blisters. Someone told me it’s Fungi but it doesn’t seem like it.. it kinds hurts when i walk a little and it spread a little bit too fast to be fungi
My question is is it foot fungi?
Yes! Looks like fungus!
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Rabbit Has a Fungus on his foot – help!?
My rabbit has a fungus on his foot. It’s not the one bottom of his foot, it’s on the top of his foot and it’s a blister-like sore that almost resembles a callous, but it’s red and the hair is coming off of it.
However, I want to try to heal him myself. Any suggestions?
I can’t afford to take him to the vet until next week. Thanks!
It’s on his back foot, I think it’s either mites or ringworms.
Call the vet and ask them what kind of over the counter remedy you can use until you can come in to see him. With ringworm you have to dry it out. When i had it i was told to put bleach on it with a q-tip however if you do this with the bunny go ahead and do the sock and vet wrap thing like i said last night (don’t use the neosporion just a tiny bit of bleach) that way the rabbit cant lick at it and ingest bleach.
And ringworm is very contagious but it’s not the worst thing a person could get either. It just itches like crazy. Like i said i’ve had it. I got it from cats a couple of times.