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Bacterial Infection Under Skin
No: Dry skin itself does not cause bacterial infection. In fact, in your case by taking shower daily, you are likely reducing risk of bacterial infection. Many people have the dry skin, after taking shower, particularly in winter. You should apply lubricant such as petroleum jelly, or vaseline to the skin to protect breakdown of the skin. Once the skin breaks down, it does increase the infection risk. ...Read more
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
Bacterial infection: This will vary with the type of infection. Cellulitis or infection of the skin will usually show redness, induration (hard swelling), warmth of the area, tenderness, sometimes discharge which may be purulent, and occasionally there will be pain out of proportion to the clinical appearance if the infection has progressed beneath the skin and is producing fasciiitis. ...Read more
Red, blisters: A bacterial infection on the skin can take many forms. From a mild, red, slightly painful area to an area of skin which can bright red skin withhave large draining blisters that have a terrible odor. With this type of infection you may even run a fever and feel sick all over. I you have what you think is a skin infection of more than a couple days duration seel medical attention. ...Read more
Pain, red, warmth..: Look for redness, swelling of the skin, soreness, and warmth; possibly with a raised center, maybe with a "head", a discharge, or scab-like area. Often at the site of a minor injury such as small cut or bug bite. Might increase in size. If so, or if you have any doubt, see your health care provider. ...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
My dog has a bacterial infection on her skin. I am pregnant..Is there anyway this could be transferred or harm my baby in any way? Thanks
Unlikely: The only germs that can effect your baby will be those that can get through the protection s/he has. During pregnancy they are protected by a sterile bag of waters & your body defenses. If the dogs germs gave you a skin infection, it could not get to baby. If a germ were to enter your blood, you would get very sick & the germ could access the baby via the placenta. ...Read more
What is tx for inflamed skin w/ possible fungal or bacterial infection? Skin s in a fold that stays moist, cannot be unfolded.
Yeast or fungal: Fungus or yeast infections are common in fold. This will easily recur. The best option isto clean area with dilute vinegar one teaspoon in a glass of water, followed by mica tin cream and finally diaper paste to decrease wetness and separate skin. You must deal with underlying weight issue with professional help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Keep clean and dry: Go to high-quality booths and keep your skin clean and dry. Wash immediately after the session. ...Read more
I currently have a bacterial infection been very itchy scratched so hard caused skin to brake and cause sores that burn how do I heal them?
Several things: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Skin bacterial infection on a cut that i got in august which lasted a week. This morning i felt discomfort on the scar & it is red and slightly itchy?
Uncertain: If it gets worse, you should seek medical attention. Otherwise, a little temporary discomfort is not alarming. ...Read more
I took 1gm azithro a year back because of a bacterial infection. After that i had diahhrea for a year. Now i have hemmorhoids, fissure and skin tag.
C Difficile: infection is a distinct possibility. With the new anal symptoms, it is now time to see a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
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