Skin Infections and Disorders

A skin infection happens once parasites, fungi, or germs like bacteria penetrate the skin and spread. When this happens, it can cause pain, swelling, other types of discomfort, and skin colour changes. A skin infection may be mild or severe. Skin infections are different from rashes. A rash is an area of swollen or irritated skin. While rashes are symptoms of some skin infections, a person with a rash does not necessarily have an infection. Some skin infections require medical treatment. People can manage others with over-the-counter solutions or home remedies. There are four types of skin infection bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic.

 

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