The fungus called fungal liposuction, which causes painful, red, and blotchy skin lesions, is very common among NFL players, coaches, and team officials.
But it’s also something to keep an eye on, even after your season is over.
If you’re having a hard time avoiding fungal infections, you might want to consider taking a step back from football.
Here are some things to keep in mind: * This is a medical diagnosis.
Some players will not be able to get treatment or symptoms that are not severe enough to require immediate treatment.
Others, however, may need to seek treatment as a precautionary measure, or even as a first-line treatment option.
The symptoms you may be seeing in a player with fungal lipidosis are typically the same as those you might see in a normal person, according to the National Institutes of Health.
They include redness, blisters, and swelling, and you may need an antibiotic.
* Be cautious about taking any medication that could cause side effects.
This includes certain antibiotics and other medications that are used to treat certain conditions.
This can also include certain vitamins and supplements.
Many of the medications can cause side-effects, so be sure to ask your doctor about them before taking any.
* If you think you may have fungal symptoms, talk to your doctor first.
Some doctors can diagnose a fungogen by observing your skin and blood, which can reveal fungal problems.
If the skin and the blood are abnormal, your doctor may prescribe a test for fungal markers or even perform a skin biopsy to look for fungens.
If your doctor does not see any fungal issues, you should consider going to a doctor for a follow-up visit, according a Mayo Clinic advisory.
This could include an in-person visit, which may require you to leave the house.
Your doctor can also ask your insurance company to pay for treatment or to cover the costs of your in-home exam and other related costs.
* Your team and the team doctor can make the diagnosis based on what you see and what symptoms you experience.
If it looks like fungal fatality, you’ll want to take extra precautions, such as wearing a mask, washing your hands, and getting plenty of rest.
If symptoms appear to be minor, your team doctor or team trainer will be able give you the opportunity to discuss these concerns with your doctor.
* When you’re ready to return to the field, make sure to get regular physicals and follow your team’s health-and-safety protocols.
The NFL’s medical advisory also advises teams to use the same rules and guidelines as they would for any other team member.
If any of those rules or guidelines don’t seem to be working, your health-care provider may be able offer you more specific advice.