Hello, doctors. Atletes foot fungal infection could spred out in our body, entire skin, from toes to head?

Yes . Fungal infections can occur on different parts of your body. It is important to get evaluated and treated properly so it does not get worse, reduce spreading and prevention of secondary issues. See a doctor for evaluation and treatment with possible oral or topical medications.

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