Well ringworm can be spread by direct or indirect contact. This simply means that someone may get ringworm by being in contact with a infected person or animal.
You can swim with ringworm if you cover it with a Band-Aid. You will not spread ringworm with water, but by direct contact.
Ringworm is a fungus spread by skin contact with an infected person, animal, or object. It is not spread by food.
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no you just spread it
Ringworm can be spreaded by being by a person or by an animal who has a sore, that looks red.
taking a bath wont spread ringworm it can if you take a bath with someone else the point for getting the ringworm safe is to take a good nice clean bath
Ringworm is a fungus. The spores are spread through contact with the skin.
Believe it or not, you can prevent the spread of tineal ringworm by rubbing a dilute solution of apple cider vinegar into and around your ear with a q-tip.
No. In most cases, ringworm would be spread by direct contact with each other.
Ringworm is a parasite and it will die without a host. It can spread from animals to man or from man to man.
No! because it will spread
Yes. If your bird has it, take it to a vet IMMEDIATELY!!!!! You could get ringworm.
Yes. It is spread when one person touches the rash on another.
Ringworm is spread from one person to the other when someone touches the affected person then touches themself or anyone.it can also get caught if the affected person touches something and you go along and touch it after then you will get it 100%.it can't be spread after 48hours. after treatment.
Initially ringworm isn't dangerous and can be treated at home. But, left untreated, it can spread and lead to potentially serious health problems. See related link below for how to treat ringworm at home.
Ringworm is contagious. It spreads when you have skin-to-skin contact with a person or animal that has it. It can also spread when you share things like towels, clothing, or sports gear. You can also get ringworm by touching an infected dog or cat, although this form of ringworm is not common. It is caused by a fungus. The kinds of fungi (plural of fungus) that cause ringworm live and spread on the top layer of the skin and on the hair. They grow best in warm, moist areas.
Dead skin carries more than enough nutrients for ringworm to survive. It is easily spread and therefore never runs out of nutrients.
A ringworm can not go away on it's on it does in fact have to be treated because of several reasons number one a ringworm itches so when you go to scratch it they you touch another part of your body it spreads. It's a fungus and if you keep feeding it with lotion and even natural oil from one's body will also cause it to spread and not wearing the proper clothing on, that's another way it feeds on causing it to spread more. The best thing to do in any case is as soon as you see a ringworm treat it right away with an ant-fungal cream or it will spread and get worse.
Sounds like ringworm or could be another skin condition. Visit your veterinarian as soon as possible to get this treated. If it is ringworm, it could spread to the people in your family.
Basically ringworm isn't actually a worm, it is caused by a fungus. The fungi grow in warm, moist areas, e.g locker rooms/swimming pools. Ringworm is contagious and spreads when you have skin-to-skin contact with a person or animal that has it. It can also spread when you share things like towels, clothing, or sports gear. You can also get ringworm by touching an infected dog or cat, although this form of ringworm is not common.
The cause of ringworm is a number of different fungi and not to a "worm" at all. The cure for ringworm is to use an anti-fungal cream or a systemic fungicide such as fluticazone. Ring worm is very curable and commonly affects the scalp, the toes, the groin and other skin areas.Ringworm is caused by a fungus called Trichophyton rubrum. It can also be spread by dogs and cats.
Ringworm is not caused by a worm. It is caused by a fungus. The kinds of fungi (plural of fungus) that cause ringworm live and spread on the top layer of the skin and on the hair. They grow best in warm, moist areas, such as locker rooms and swimming pools, and in skin folds.