What do bedbugs, tick bites and mosquito bites have in common? For the most part, they all leave a rash that cannot be ignored. With the latest outbreak of Lyme disease and other forms of illness, it is vital for people and parents especially. Close attention should be paid to what may seem like a slow onset of a rash that eventually turns into a full-scale life-threatening situation and possible lethality.
Bottom 6 basic types of rash
1. Cutting Leaf
Although it’s not a worm in itself, it’s actually a fungus that lives by the dead skin, hair and tissues surrounding the nails. Starting with red and scaly, it then turns into a red, itchy ring with raised, shiny or scaly borders. Cutting herpes are usually treated with antifungal creams.
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