Thursday, September 1, 2011

GUESS THE FOOT FUNGUS


I cause skin to crack, flake and peel between the toes. If not treated the affected area will become red and itchy. In more severe cases I can cause puss-oozing blisters that will appear all over the heels.

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26 comments:

  1. I thought you had done athletes foot already.. Hm

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  2. oh god that makes me want to shower up right now. lol.

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  3. Athletes foot, usually caused by the fungus Trichophyton.

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  4. Yay! I knew the answer! Actually, I can't think of any other foot fungus off hand...

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  5. I think that fungus has taken over all of one of my kids.

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  6. I knew what it was without clicking on the link. Yay for working in dermatology for 8 years! *sigh*

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  7. Seems like you've covered athletes foot before. Either way it's nasty.

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  8. for once, I got it right. I wonder if anyone can get athelete's face?

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  9. Athlete's foot. Im a fungal master muahahaha
    Remember kids, if you take a shower in a place that's not your home, use flip flops or some shit like that to avoid getting it.

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  10. You know..........I don't want to know.

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  11. Throw that foot away and buy a new one. If you need new feet or someone to fix your pipes...let me know.

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  12. No time to comment...must throw up.

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  13. In reference to your comment on my post: I was amazed that we had no problems finding lodging that allowd dogs, when we traveled with Belle.

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  14. Tinea pedis. Athlete's Foot. (I have an advantage here...I worked for a dermatologist for a year...and I've seen it all. LOL.)

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  15. Ah yes, good old Tinea Pedis! It's the same crap that causes Jock Itch! (or so I'm told)

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