Beginning of story: I got it somehow. I don't know how, probably because of these factors:
PEOPLE AT HIGH RISKThere are several groups of people who are susceptible to developing athlete's foot.
- People who wear damp socks or tight-fitting shoes
- Anyone who shares mats, rugs or bed linens
- People who frequently use pools, saunas or locker rooms
- People with weakened immune systems
Beginning of the middle: I bought fungal cream, every so often, but only would use it a couple times. Dumb right? Shoulda kept using it.
Middle: I tried peeing on my feet in the shower. Did nothing.
"So why won't tinkling on your tootsies help with athlete's foot? First, there's not enough urea in urine to do much good - typically only 2 to 2.5 percent. Second, urea per se isn't what attacks the athlete's foot fungus; it mainly helps antifungals work. Finally, unless you stopper the tub and let your feet soak, any contact you'd have in the shower would be brief. Again, chances are your quirky shower habits won't hurt anything, your social life possibly excepted..."
Ending of middle: I wrote this post.
End: I will buy some medication tomorrow and use it daily until the disease goes away.
This is He-Man singing... It has nothing to do with my disease.