What can I do for foot fungus?

Foot fungus easy to. Try over the counter Miconazole cream or Clotrimazole cream. Rub on twice a day for 2 weeks and if not better see a dermatologist. There are other conditions that can look like a foot fungus but it may be something else.
Foot fungus. Besides over the counter meds, you should keep your feet dry. If it does not improve, prescription cream or pills may be necessary. If nails are involved, you will need to treat with oral medscape or skin fungus will recur.

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Which foot fungus is most common?

Trichophyton rubrum. I agree with dr. Voron. In fact, trichophyton rubrum has been shown to have a genetic predilection, and some folks who have a certain gene keep getting t rubrum infections. It's important to treat any fungal infection for at least 30 days, since fungal spores live for 30 days and do not wash out in the laundry or are killed in the drier. Read more...
DEPENDS. Moccasin-type is usually caused by T. rubrum. The more aggressive vesicular type is caused by T. metagrophytes. Read more...

What are the ways for treating foot fungus?

Athlete's foot. Prevention is better than treatment. In public baths, use slippers to walk around and make sure to wash your feet very well. Do not wear somebody else's socks or tocuh somebody's toes/feet with the disease. There are many otc antifungals that are quite effective. Read more...
Topical antifungals. Oral medication can be used for sever cases. Read more...

What does a foot fungus actually look like?

Scaling. It is scaly and possibly red, and it is white between the toes. In the groin it is red with a sharp border with a peripheral scale. Read more...
Several ways. It can look dry and scaly. It can look red and white with maceration of the skin it could be bleeding and cracking. Read more...