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Can You Get An Infection In Your Beard
Yes but....: There is a condition known as pseudofolliculitis barbae (pfb) which can look like an infection (folliculitis). Pfb or shaving bumps is a foreign body inflammatory reaction involving papules and pustules from shaving. Pustules and abscess formation can also occur from secondary infection. The cause of pfb is ingrown hairs from shaving too close. African americans are at a higher risk for pfb.See 1 more doctor answer
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
I have what I believe to be some type of skin irritation or infection that's causing baldness in certain areas of my scalp & inflammation to my beard area that's causing puss to squeeze out through pours of my skin & if not still have smell of infct?
2 infections: Infection causing the bald patches is usually fungal. The malodorous infection of the beard is probably a distinct bacterial infection that may or may not originate within the hair follicles. Both are treatable. Would discuss with you primary physician or visit a nearby urgent care centerSee 1 more doctor answer
I have what I believe to be some type of skin irritation or infection that's causing baldness in certain areas of my scalp & inflammation to my beard area that's causing puss to squeeze out through pours of my skin & if not still have smell of infctn?
See a dermatologist: Indicate it may be urgent. You left out most of the important information. You may need prompt attention if you are getting hairless scars.See 1 more doctor answer
Not from infection: It's unlikely that an infection will cause your beard hairs to turn white. I wonder 'what' infection you've been diagnosed with and 'what' therapy you might be on. Unfortunately as we age, our hairs will turn white eventually. If you provide more information here on HT, possibly we can help with further insights.
Maybe: The duac has an antibiotic that may suppress growth od staph germs. However, depending on how well established the staph is in the area, the process may require oral antibiotics to kill it off effectively.
Fungal infection in my beard chin area&hairs r falling from beard. Dr. adviced me to apply surfaz-sn & have some tablets. Any side effect of surfaz-sn cream. Will hair grow back? Or patches will be left in my beard? Thanks.
BEARD FUNGUS: IF YOU MEAN SULFACETAMIDE OR ANY OTHER SULFA PILL THERE ARE MANY SIDE EFFECTS. YOU SHOULD PROVIDE US DOCTORS WITH THE EXACT NAMES OF YOUR MEDICATIONS INCLUDING THE PILLS AND THE CREAM. OTHERWISE THERE IS NO WAY TO GIVE ADVICE. . . GOOD LUCK.
There's been a mo. Now & still have a pink/darker skin on face from an infection. Got lighter but it doesn't seem get lighter then. Will it b permanent?
Completion: Your condition is not permanent. Try using a moisturizer like virgin coconut oil to lighten your skin.
I have an a an wisdom tooth giving me trouble there is no pain but my face is swollen is there. Anything I can get otc w/ out a script for infection?
I've had a sinus infection for four months its finally left but my face is still swollen. No congestion. What can I do to get the swelling to go down?
See your doctor: Facial swelling can be due to more than reason, better be evaluated by your doctor, good luck
The front of my head's hurting and I sometimes get burning in my face and some tingling in my face and my head. Is it a sinus infection/allergies?
Allergy/ Rhinitis: Most probably allergy or allergic rhinitis. Due to nasal blockage/ congestion, your sinuses can't drain mucous into nose leading to frontal headache and facial heaviness pain. Sinus infection gives rise to fever, thick yellow nasal drainage, headache etc. Use saline nasal spray and blow your nose gently. See your doc, s/he may refer you to an allergist or ENT depending upon initial exam findings.See 1 more doctor answer
I think I have an infection in onw of my glands under my lower jaw bone, I get them from time to time on both sideof face, is this serious, cancerous?
I got splashed in the face with turtle poo water. It didn't get in my mouth and I didn't swallow it. Could I get a salmonella infection?
Unlikely: Regardless, always wash your hands before and after handling your turtle or its habitat.See 1 more doctor answer
My 3 1/2 yr old bit me on the face during a tantrum and his two front teeth broke the skin causing two very tiny cuts~ other than cleaning the area, using an antibiotic ointment and watching for infection ect~ is it necessary to get a tetnus shot~ I curr
A: A tetanus vaccine is not necessary if you have had one in the past ten years. If the area is clear and you do not have any signs of infection then you should be fine. If not see a doctor for appropriate treatment. Also make sure your son knows that biting under any circumstances is not ok, and an appropriate punishment is a time out for approximately 3.5 minutes (this is based on his age). Talk to your son and make sure he understands it is not ok to hurt someone with hitting or biting. If the behavior persists or worsens discuss this with his pediatrician. Take care.See 1 more doctor answer
The left side of my face (from my jaw to my ear) hurts my boyfriend said my lymph node may be swollen am I gettin an ear infection?
4 days I had headaches that hurt sometimes when I breathe through nose, I get tightness in the back of my head eyes, some face pain sinus infection? Tx?
ENT doc: Best advice is to see ENT doc ASAP for exam/recommendations.See 1 more doctor answer
Sharp pain in one side of face, had a tooth removed there, may be infected but no insurance. What is the best way to get checked for infection? Thanks
Only one way: See a Dentist. Best to see the Dentist that did the extraction who already has baseline data. Infections need immediate treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
Isit possible to get a brain infection if someone shuts a dirty, dust door a few inches from your face?
Virtually never: The brain is protected from infection by many barriers: the skin of the head, the skull, nasal passages have mucus, the nasal mucosa has immune system cells, and inside the head there are protective membranes. It is almost impossible to inhale something as you describe and have it get through these barriers to cause an infection in the brain.
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