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What skin disease can you get wrestling?
What are the most common skin diseases associated with wrestling? Tinea corporis - also known as Ring worm. Herpes simplex. Impetigo. Staphylococcus aureus - also known as staph infection/MRSA. Scabies. Cellulitis.
Can you train with staph?
Just make sure to keep them covered with a clean dry bandage and wash them frequently. And make sure your workout partners do the same. When your training partner is showing off his gnarly pus-infected wound, by all means, don't stick your fingers in it. And don't spar with them.
Can you wrestle with folliculitis?
NCAA regulations require disqualification if an athlete is suspected to have folliculitis and has presented any new lesions within 48 hours of a meet or tournament, and unlike other skin issues, lesions cannot be covered with a bandage to allow for participation.
How long after impetigo can you wrestle?
No new skin lesions for at least 48 hours (2 days). Any remaining dry, scabbed lesions should be covered during competition.
Can you wrestle with a rash?
Usually, an experienced dermatologist is present to screen for potentially transmissible skin infections, and rashes \u2013 even the most minor of symptoms can be grounds for disqualification.
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