A fungus causes a fungal infection, also known as mycosis, which is a skin illness. Only roughly 300 species of fungi may cause infections in humans, despite the fact that there are millions of them. Your skin can be infected with a variety of fungal diseases. Fungi are found in millions of different species. Fungi can be found almost anywhere. They're everywhere: in soil, plants and even on your skin. Unless they multiply faster than normal or penetrate your skin through a cut or lesion, these microscopic organisms on your skin usually don't create any problems. They can sometimes cause skin problems like pimples or rashes. Fungal skin infections are common in sweaty or damp locations with little airflow because fungus flourish in warm, moist settings. A lot of people get fungal skin infections. Although the infection might be bothersome and inconvenient, it is usually not dangerous. Direct touch is a common way for fungal skin diseases to spread. Coming into contact with fungi on clothing or other objects, or on a human or animal, is one example.
Types of Fungal Infections :
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