Skin Infections, Causes & Treatment in India
Skin infections and fungal growths are commonly faced by individuals due to seasonal changes, humidity or heat. Dr. Sandhu, a skin and hair specialist indicates that poor drainages, flooding, and contact with an infected person may lead to an easy spread of fungi and bacterial infections today.
Common skin infections
1. Staph Infections
These infections are caused by staphylococcus bacteria, types of germs present in one’s nose and skin. These bacteria lead to impetigo, cellulitis, and boils among others
Signs and Symptoms
- Pus-filled boils
- Antibiotic or Antiseptic creams
- Intravenous or oral antibiotics
- Dermatologist help
2. Tinea Crusis
Also known as Jock itch, is a type of infection caused by a fungus known as Tinea. The infection can affect the inner thighs, genitals, and buttocks. The infection easily manifests its self in warm or moist areas.
Antiseptic soaps may offer help, but it is advisable to seek treatment from a dermatologist. Our skin specialist in Sirhind provides Skin Diseases Treatment after a thorough examination and proper diagnostic procedures
3. Athlete’s Foot
This is a contagious fungal infection that normally breaks through the uppermost layer of the skin and attacks the keratin tissue. It occurs in between the toes and one will experience redness, inflammation, and intense itching
It commonly occurs when one fails to regularly clean or dry his or her feet after showering
Oral and topical medications may provide help, but if they fail, consult a dermatologist.
Kytococcus sedentarius is a skin condition that leads to crateriform pitting that affects the pressure bearing regions of the plantar surface of the feet. It may also affect the palms.
The infection is due to superficial cutaneous bacterial infection
Topical antibiotics are commonly used to treat Pitted Keratolysis, but one may visit our skin specialist for affordable skin disease treatment cost in Punjab. Effective treatments are always provided
Faulty valves in the veins are blamed for varicose veins since they cause an improper flow of the blood.
The veins are made up of valves that control blood flow in only one direction. Once the walls of the veins are injured or stretched, more pressure is built up which will affect the veins rendering them to become weaker.
As a result, there will be backward or improper flow of blood, causing the veins to enlarge.