Skin Infections

What are skin infections ?

Your skin is your body's biggest organ. It has a wide range of functions, including covering and ensuring your body. It helps keep germs out. However, now and again the germs can cause a skin infection. This frequently happens when there is a break, cut, or twisted on your skin. It can likewise happen when your immune system is weakened, because of another sickness or clinical therapy.

Some skin infections spread a little region on the head of your skin. Different diseases can dive deep into your skin or spread to a bigger region.


Skin diseases are caused by various types of germs. For instance,
• Bacteria cause cellulitis, impetigo, and staphylococcal (bacterial sicknesses)
• Viruses cause shingles, moles, and herpes simplex
• Fungi cause athlete's foot and yeast contaminations
• Parasites cause physique lice, head lice, and scabies


The side effects rely upon the kind of infection. Some symptoms that are normal to many skin infections incorporate :

• Rashes
• Swelling
• Redness
• Pus
• Pain
• Tingling (Itching)

  • Fungal Infections

  • What is Fungal Infection ?

    A fungal infection, also known as mycosis, is a skin sickness caused by a fungus.

    There are millions of types of fungi. They live in the soil, on plants, on household surfaces, and your skin. Sometimes, they can prompt skin issues like rashes or bumps.


    • Redness
    • Itching
    • Ring formation
    • Swelling
    • Scaly skin

    Types of Fungal Infections

    Fungal skin diseases can happen anyplace on your body. The absolute normal are :
    • Athlete's foot
    • Athlete itch
    • Ringworm
    • Yeast contaminations

  • Bacterial Infections

  • What are Bacterial Infections ?

    Microbes (bacteria) are single-celled microorganisms. They're extremely assorted, arriving in a wide range of shapes and sizes.

    Microbes can be found in a wide range of environments, including soil, waterways, and in or on our bodies. Some can tolerate disgraceful temperatures or even radiation exposure.

    Though there are a considerable number of bacteria in and on our bodies, these bacteria often don't cause infection. Indeed, the bacteria in our stomach related plot can assist us with processing our food.


    The symptoms of infection can fluctuate contingent upon the kind of disease that you have. Some usual symptoms that can show you may have contamination include :
    • fever or chills
    • body aches and painfulness
    • feeling drained or exhausted
    • coughing or sneezing
    • digestive irritated, like sickness, puking or diarrhoea