It is known that the human immune system is able to independently cope with most fungal infections. A small amount of them is constantly present in our body (for example, in the intestines, on the mucous membranes and on the skin). Normally, this fungus is inactive. Its activity depends on the "microbial balance" in the body. If it is broken, an undesirable effect on the internal organs begins. What is the reason for the active growth and reproduction of the fungus? Exhaustion, severe illness, excessive use of antibiotics or other potent drugs.
Fungal infections are easy to get. They not only harm the body, but also have unpleasant external manifestations. Due to the latter fact, a person feels an emotional decline, dissatisfaction with his appearance. It is difficult for him to take care of the skin, which also provokes irritation.
Do not postpone treatment, as complications can begin, among which there is a generalized defeat of the whole organism. Lack of therapy and the wrong medical technique lead to it.
The fungus on the skin looks like this: in some places, the shade of the dermis changes, characteristic spots appear, all this is accompanied by itching and peeling. Noticing such symptoms in yourself, you should immediately go to a dermatologist. But the big problem of this disease is that the products of fungal metabolism are toxic and can harm the body.
In addition to deformity of the skin, after a while, chronic ailments, diseases of a viral and bacterial nature begin to appear, previously unusual food and drug intolerance is discovered. It is important to treat fungal infections of the skin on time.
The selection of treatment methods is carried out after a thorough examination of existing symptoms and manifestations of the disease. This is done using microscopic and / or cultural diagnostics.
Microscopy is a detailed examination of scrapings of nails, flakes of skin or hair. So you can determine if there is a fungus. To determine what type of mycosis in humans, spores are grown in a nutrient medium under laboratory conditions, and then examined.