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How do other illnesses affect fungal infections?

Fungal infections are many times encouraged by different illnesses that allow for a weakened immune system. In turn, fungal infections can also cause various illnesses.

In deep tissue fungal infections, healthy individuals can suffer from effects somewhat like the flu with a high temperature, cough, and an all-over ill feeling. Once the infection spreads, it can cause chest pain, loss of weight, perspiration, and lung, blood, bone, and systemic diseases. These diseases can cause permanent damage to your body.

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