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Athletes Foot Pictures

Checking out Athlete's Foot pictures will help you to recognize the difference between this condition and other foot problems such as plantar's warts, corns and bunions.  Athlete's foot is a very common fungal infection that grows on human skin but especially the feet.  It mostly affects men of all ages and appears in the area between the toes, on the soles of the feet as well as in the fingernails and toenails.  This infection, once it takes hold, grows and multiplies particularly in a dark, moist and warm environment.  Athlete’s foot is very contagious and may easily be picked up when walking barefoot in public places.

Athletes Foot
 
Athlete's foot images clearly show cracked, blistered or peeling areas often between the toes and especially the two smaller toes where the rash starts to peel and crack.  Other images will show redness and scaling on the soles of the feet plus where a rash spreads to the instep.  Sometimes blisters occur.  At other times there are single, small patches of extremely itchy blisters.
 
If it is clear from the athlete's foot photos that you too have athlete’s foot, then treat the condition as early as possible and try not to scratch when the itching starts.  It is very important with athlete’s foot to continue any treatment to the end of the course – that is at least two weeks after the skin starts to look normal - to eradicate all the remaining fungal spores.   It is also important to keep those feet dry because damp breeds bacteria and bacteria causes rot.  Bacteria and fungus love to grow in warm, damp, dark places like sweaty shoes.
 
When you have compared your own foot condition to our gallery of images of athlete's foot, you will be able to go ahead and start treatment as quickly as possible.

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