What is Ringworm?

Ringworm is a contagious fungal infection that can occur anywhere on the body. It can cause a distinctive red, ring-shaped rash.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Ringworm causes itch and appears as a red, circular rash
  • Ringworm is more likely to affect children, but adults can get ringworm too
  • Ringworm can be cured with antifungal treatments like LamisilAT®
  • Ringworm can occur almost anywhere on the body

LamisilAT® is proven to cure ringworm with one week of treatment.

The Causes of Ringworm

“I’m Digger, the Dermatophyte, and I’m just itching to give you a round of ringworm.”

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#1: Ringworm is caused by a worm.

FALSE: Ringworm is actually a highly contagious fungal infection. The same fungi that cause athlete’s foot are responsible for ringworm. It gets its name from the infection’s primary symptom: distinctively circular, red rashes on the body.

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#2: You can get ringworm from your family pet.

TRUE: Animals like cats, dogs, horses and cows can get ringworm. It looks like round, bald, patchy areas in their fur. If you come into contact with an animal that has ringworm, thoroughly wash your hands immediately.

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#3: When my symptoms subside, I can stop using LamisilAT®.

FALSE: Keep using LamisilAT® for the full 7 day course of treatment. It is critical to complete treatment to cure ringworm and prevent reoccurring infections.

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