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Age Developed Mrsa Problems
My daughter was completely potty trained at age 2 then she developed mrsa. Ever since she has been having potty problems, is this normal?
MRSA: Mrsa, or methicillin resistant staph aureus, is a kind of bacterial infection caused by certain staph bacteria that are difficult to kill. They were first found mostly in hospital patients, but are now found every where but not especially in health clubs or gyms. Use clean towels, don't sit on benches, use your own soap, wash hands, and avoid contact with other people, and you should be okay. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Because my daughter has MRSA pneumonia at the age of one, what are some future concerns we may have for her?
Pulmonary eval.: The lung is growing as your daughter grows, and any damage caused by the infection, may diminish over time. Keeping her vaccinations current is important as well. She should be followed by your pediatrician for signs of any breathing difficulty. When she is older, pulmonary function testing may be performed to evaluate her lung function. Prmg/peds can review records faxed to 858 259 9689 for ?S. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: But one never knows fully until completely evaluated. Discuss with your treating doctor. ...Read more
MRSA in armpits. I tried mupirocin and topical clindamycin. Still slight odor problems what do I do now or try?
Follow up needed : you need to see a physician to get oral antibiotics. ...Read more
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