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Bacteria Infection On Lip
If a bacteria infection caused by a nik on the lip from a safety pin goes untreated what would happen?
Spread: The wound could get larger and if its still not treated, iT could wind up in the blood causing a bacteremia ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I have red raw spots inside the top left side of my lip. Bottom left is swollen with raw like spots. Could it be a bacterial infection?
Fever blisters: These sound like 'fever blisters' or an oral herpes infection (HSV-1). Not sure if you have a new partner or have been kissing someone new? Most likely this is a viral infection-although bacteria are still on the list since the mouth has many bacteria (think of bad breath in the morning). Best to show this to a doctor. There are antivirals for herpes, and antibiotics for things like Strep or Staph ...Read more
No: Bacterial vaginosis causes a white foamy discharge and smells like ammonia. It doesn't cause white bumps. Best wishes! ...Read more
Have a spot on outer vagina lips. Small smooth black dot. Just showed up one day. Just had pregnancy test, bacterial infection/STI Testing. All clean.
Pigmented lesion: This could be due to several things-- a vascular lesion, or a melanocytic (nevus-like) lesion. Given the small size and smooth surface, it is unlikely to be a problem, though if it is a melanocytic lesion, it bears watching, and possible removal if any enlargement of other change occurs. Vulvar melanoma is uncommon, but may develop from long-ignored precursor lesions. ...Read more
My 7 year old son have bumps in his head, his doctor said its a bacteria infection. I want to know is it normal?
Anywhere you scratch: You can get a bacterial infection anywhere you scratch, which includes the scalp. Kids pick up a collection of various germs on their hands and under their fingernails.Any time they scratch, it's like plowing a field and planting seeds. It's not an everyday occurrence but I've seen it in the office occasionally. ...Read more
I was diegnosed with herpes type 2 nine years ago. Since then I beleive my groin and breath smell. Not nice kind of smelly bad bacteria. My gp says it's all in my head. But after swabs in groin I always get fungil infection their. Point 2. I've had bells
Separate problems: Neither HSV2 nor genital herpes can cause altered breath or groin odor, and herpes rarely causes recurrent inflammation or irritation in the groin. These are entirely separate problems. Your question is cut off at "bells", but maybe you mean Bell's palsy? That problem can be related to HSV1, but rarely if ever to HSV2. Discuss w/ your doctor, or get truly expert care at your nearby NHS GUM clinic. ...Read more
What is the best and safest dental hygiene way to keep bad bacteria/ infection away from mouth after tooth implant.
Difficult but...: It is more difficult cleaning around implants, but the best hygiene is prevention. Depending on how many implants that you have, I would schedule more than two cleanings per year, use a sonic electric toothbrush, and definitely floss after eating if possible. ...Read more
What to do if I have head on the lump. And it's not very visible, but you can feel it. Is it some sort of bacterial infection?
Can't say: A lump could have a number of causes. Without visualization it would be hard to tell. ...Read more
Mouth Infections: The mouth is vascular and therefore infection is not usual. If you have a bacterial infection I would not treat it by waiting to see. The infection can spread. ...Read more
White layered dry skin in head. If removed, it turns into black skin like rashes. 6 month before found and treated streptococcus bacterial infection?
Skin cancer?: When a skin lesion fails to heal and not associated with burning or itching, one should get checked for skin cancer. The fact that it was infected 6 months ago might be due to scratching thereby introducing bacteria into the lesion. It is only prudent to see a dermatologist to make sure that it is not a skin cancer. ...Read more
My boyfriend gave me a bacterial infection and clymidia I took my medicine for the clymidia 2days before I gave him oral sex can I have it in my mouth?
If your boyfriend was recently treated for STD it's unlikely
that you would have been exposed to it. Even if you were exposed to it orally it's unlikely that you would develop symptomatic oral chlamydial pharyngitis (inflammation of the throat from viral or bacterial infection), because this is rare. It is not recommended to do routine oral chlamydia testing on patients who perform oral sex. ...Read more
Normal kid behavior: Kids often put their fingers into their mouths. That is normal behavior for children. The best that parents can do is to keep the children's environment fairly clean, and avoid places with obvious disease risks. A parent cannot constantly follow a child around and watch the child's hands, but giving the child gentle instructions every now and then is fine to do. ...Read more
I have a bacterial skin infection on my chin & mouth area, also spread in some areas of neck nd chest. Is it normal for it to itch after applying the?
Yes: Itch associated with the topical infection is a common symptom. Continue to apply the medication as directed by the physician. This will improve when the infection starts to improve. You could ask your doctor if an oral antihistamine is safe to help with the itchy skin and ask exactly which is safe. Don't just buy one and start treating yourself. ...Read more
No: Amalgam fillings, or even white composite fillings, are not the cause for a bacterial mouth infection. Inadequate oral hygiene is usually the cause, but you should see a dentist to rule out some other conditions, someof which can be serious. Call today. ...Read more
Post Nasal Drip and Bad Breath? Allergic Rhinitis, Colds, Cough viral and bacterial infections, Toothache, Mouth breathing
See your physician: There are many and various illnesses which could match your description. I can appreciate your concerned, but finding a proper diagnosis and treatment may be the answer to your worries. Rec.: see your physician for physical and referral to other specialties (e.g. dentist, ENT) if needed. Take good care. ...Read more
Dizzy spells and elevated blood pressure with occasionally a rush of blood to my head kind off feeling, no headaches, no sinus issues, no numbness or nausea. Treatment with Rocephin about 3 weeks ago for a bacterial infection.
BP control: Get your BP controlled. Your symptoms are not necessarily related to infection and what type of infection were you treated for? ...Read more
If you have a cut on your lip (you bit off dry skin and it bled) could something like staph bacteria infect it or is possibility low?
Possible: The skin provides great protection and any time there is an opening in it, there is the possibility of an infection. Keep the area clean and you can even place some topical antibiotic cream on it if need to be to profoundly decrease your chances of getting an infection. Good luck. ...Read more
Trichimonas sinus: It is not out of the realm of possibility that a vaginal bacteria could potentially infect a non vaginal site. For a bacteria to grow it needs a warm site and the sinus could be that site. As long as you treat it with the appropriate antibiotic that it clears the infection. I see no problem. Wash your hands thoroughly when using the restroom or after any contact with that area. ...Read more
I shaved recently and a day after I notice a bump on the inside of my vagina lips. Is it an infection?
Clogged pore: Based on the timing, it is probably a clogged pore. Leave it alone. It should go away in a few days. If it gets bigger or becomes painful or ulcerated, see your doctor. ...Read more
Urinalysis completely normal except bacteria says few does that mean I have a bladder infection and don't know it?
Bacteriuria: Asymptomatic bacteriuria exists when there are bacteria in the urine but no symptoms. Current management advice is not to treat with antibiotics. Small number of bacteria may come and go in urine, may have come from the surrounding skin, and are not particularly harmful to a generally healthy person. ...Read more
I get infections easily, what soap can I use to clean my vagina on the outside and the inside of the lips and folds?
Hypoallergenic: Something very mild like "Ivory" soap should work well. ...Read more
I have an esophagal yeast infection I'm taking medications to kill the bacteria but I still seem to be feeling worse why?
This is perhaps due to a few things. However most likely is what is called a jarrish herxheimer reaction, which is the body cleaning out the debris from the die off of all the yeast. This usually just lasts a few days and you will start to feel better.
The other possibility is a reaction to the medication. Depending on which medication you are taking, it could be affecting your liver. ...Read more
I have really sharp painful pains on my vagina lips and they sre inflammed. I think it's a blodder infection what shall I do?
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
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