Does Ringworm Mean I Have Worms?
No. Ringworm is not caused by a worm. It's a fungal infection that often forms a ring-shaped rash. It can have a red center (seen here) or normal skin tone inside the ring. Other rashes can look like Ringworm, including spider bites, nummular eczema, and Lyme disease, a more serious infection that produces a bull's-eye shaped rash. These require different treatments, so it's important to consult a medical professional.
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- What Causes Ringworm?
- Ringworm Of The Body (Tinea Corporis)
- Ringworm Of The Scalp (Tinea Capitis)
- Ringworm Of The Foot (Tinea Pedis)
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