Due to our weather and environment, it is difficult to avoid contact with microscopic organisms such as fungi, especially when we walk barefoot, or suffer from contributing factors such as excessive perspiration.
Many fungal skin infections exist and many conditions mimic fungal infections i.e. dermatitis, wetness, allergic reactions, irritation etc. You should see a podiatrist for assessment, treatment, and advice if the problem is not resolved. If the podiatrist determines the problem is not caused by fungus or cannot be managed with conservative treatments, they may recommend you see a dermatologist for further investigation.