paronychia is an infection of the skin around nails. Bacteria or a type of yeast called Candida usually cause this infection. Bacteria and yeasts can even combine into one infection. Depending on the cause of the infection, anemia may appear slowly and persist for weeks or appear suddenly and last for only one or two days. Symptoms of paronychia are easy to detect and can usually be easily and effectively treated with little or no damage to the skin or nails. Your infection can become serious and even cause partial or total loss of your nails if left untreated.
Paronychia symptoms and chronic obliterate are very similar. They are largely distinguished from each other by the speed and duration of the infection. Chronic infections appear slowly and last for many weeks.
Acute infections develop quickly and do not last long. Both infections can have the following symptoms: redness of the skin around the nail the sensitivity of the skin around the nail pushers filled with oil changes in the shape, color or texture of the nails ripping off the nail.
Causes of paronychia
There are many causes of acute and chronic obliterate. The cause of each of them are bacteria, Candida yeast or a combination of these two factors.
The bacterial factor introduced into the area around the nail for some type of injury usually causes acute infection. It may be biting or collecting nails or braces, piercing with manicurist tools, over aggressively pushing skins and other similar injuries.
The main factor of infection of chronic barefoot is Candida yeast, but it can also be bacteria. Because yeasts grow well in humid environments, this infection is often caused by too frequent feet or hands in the water. An important role is also played by chronic inflammation.