My name is Elizabeth and I had been struggling for the past few months with an itchy and discolored patch of skin on my arm. I had gone to the doctor, but was never able to get a concrete diagnosis. After a few more weeks of it getting worse, I finally decided to get a second opinion.
My new doctor took one look at me and told me I had ringworm. I had never heard of it before and asked what it was. My doctor explained that it was a type of fungal infection, caused by mold passing into the skin. He said it was common and was usually easy to treat. He gave me some ointment to apply, and I started to feel better after just a few days.
However, what my doctor didn’t know was that I had also been having problems elsewhere on my body. After a few more weeks of using the ointment, I started to notice other itchy patches that were discolored and raised. I immediately went back to my doctor, and he was able to diagnose it as a different type of fungal infection.
Once again, he gave me a prescription for a different ointment to get rid of the infection. I started to feel a bit better, though the patches weren’t completely gone.
Finally, after a few more weeks, my doctor suggested that I try a natural approach. He told me to incorporate natural alternatives like garlic, tea tree oil, and apple cider vinegar into my lifestyle to boost my immunity and help prevent future infections.
Thanks to my new natural remedies and my doctor’s prescription, I was able to get rid of all my fungal infections and start feeling better. However, I still make sure to take preventive measures by keeping my skin moisturized and wearing lose, breathable clothing. It’s been a long journey, but I’m so grateful I finally found a way to get rid of my ringworm and fungal infections.