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Can You Get Osteomyelitis Twice
Yes: May get recurrent osteomyelitis in same location if not treated thoroughly.May get osteomyelitis at different site.Multifocal osteo. can occur simultaneously in multiple locations.MRSA osteomyelitis has tendency to be multifocal.CRMO, chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyeltis can affect 2 to 11 or more sites.Not necessarily at same time not caused by bacteria.Autoimmune process treated with NSAIDs ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Osteomyelitis is an infection of the bone. Osteo is derived from the greek osteon..Inflammation or infection. A broad range of organisms can cause infection from bacteria, to viruses (less common), to fungi (mycotic). Acute and chronic infections exist. Long term IV treatment with antibiotics (or antifungals or other agents) are needed. In my experience no less than 8 weeks ...Read more
Most get it once: Most people get mono only once. Rarely mono can recur or reactivate. Also bear in mind there are other viral infections that have the same symptoms as mono. More about mono: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/mononucleosis/expert-answers/mononucleosis/faq-20058564 ...Read more
No: No, not after you've been treated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends on treatment: If treated with a single dose of azithromycin, you can safely conceive immediately. Azithro is not believed to be at all toxic to an embryo. If treated with doxycycline for a week, it would be best to avoid conception until 2-3 days after your last dose, so the antibiotic is entirely gone. Doxy isn't necessarily toxic to an embryo, but it might be; better safe than sorry. ...Read more
Very Possible: The less you take care of your teeth, the more the chances of loosing them. It is suggested that you brush twice a day and floss once a day to maintain a healthy mouth. At once a week, you may not be doing much at all to help the situation. Please consider increasing the frequency to give your teeth a chance to remain in your mouth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Generally No: Assuming that you are talking about a staph infection of the skin, most massage techniques should be avoided when a contagious skin infection (herpes, shingles, chicken pox, mrsa, etc.) is present. Some rom stretching techniques can be used, as well as, a few lymphatic techniques. However, what most people consider a massage (rubbing of the skin and muscles) should definitely not be done. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reactivation: If you had chickenpox (known or not) or the vaccine, the virus eventually hibernates in nerve centers forever. Reactivation of the virus for whatever reason triggers a migration down the nerve to the skin supplied by the nerve(shingles).Direct contact with shingles debris can pass the virus & cause chickenpox, not shingles, but kids can get shingles just like adults from re-activation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please see a doctor: Some types of vaginal bacteria are normal, but you really need to see a doctor to see what is causing your infection, & to get the right treatment.This is very important as some infections can spread to other sites and make you very sick. Also please make sure you don't pass this to someone else. I would recommend you avoid sex until you get treated. Most bacterial infections require an antibiotic. ...Read more
Depends on risk: Immunity from Meningococcal vaccination probably doesn't last more than 3 years. Whether you should get another vaccine depends on your risk. The cdc website offers recommendations on who should be vaccinated and revaccinated. ...Read more
Can a person get sepsis, if they don't gave septicemia ?
Or do you firstly have to have septicemia in order to get sepsis.?
See an ENT: Regardless, whether it's acute or chronic, sinusitis is painful and wearying. For chronic sinusitis, antibiotics and nasal corticosteroids and nasal irrigation are the main treatments. If refractory, surgery to be considered. Proper diagnosis is the key to successful treatment. See an ENT for evaluation, rhinoscopy, imaging and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Quickly!: Well, actually it depends upon your individual physiology but some women will develop a yeast infection almost guaranteed after a course of antibiotics for a bladder infection (this is a common scenario). That's because antibiotic indiscriminately kills good bacteria in vagina (in addition to bad bacteria in bladder), thus allowing yeast to get out of control. Anti-yeast drugs are available otc. ...Read more
Women may not: The majority of women with chlamydia infection have no symptoms at all. Some women and men experience pain with urination or sex, or abnormal discharge from the genitals. If you have had unprotected sex, or have a new partner, it is a good idea to visit a doctor to be tested for std's. Some women experience problems related to pelvic inflammatory disease and infertility. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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