How do you get ringworm?
Ringworm is a fungal infection that you catch by touching
somethig or someone that has been contaminated.
Ringworm is a fungal infection that is acquired by direct contact. Susceptible areas of the body are the feet, groin, under the breasts, and wherever the conditions are warm, moist, and dark.
No. Ringworm is a completely different type of fungi than those you can get vaginally. Ringworm is treated via oral medication. Depending on where the ringworm is, you will need separate medication. Scalp ringworm needs to be treated with a special shampoo and pill called Terbinafine. Skin-based ringworm needs to be treated with a course of Itraconazole medication. Vaginal anti-fungal cream will have no effect on ringworm.
RINGWORM is in fact not a parasite, but a fungi. The scientific term for Ringworm is "Tinea" which means "growing worm". (thus here is the origin of the worm part of ringworm, ring is obviously the shape in which the fungi grows, in a circle) It is a common mistake to think that ringworm is a parasite. but it is in fact a fungi.
Ringworm is a skin and scalp disease caused by several different kinds of fungi. Ringworm on the scalp usually makes a bald patch of scaly skin. People with ringworm on other parts of their skin can have a ring-shaped rash that is reddish and may be itchy. The rash can be dry and scaly or wet and crusty. If the rabbit has anything like this then it is most likely ringworm and you shouldn't touch…