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MRSA?: After a literature search, I assume you mean mrsa, which stands for methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus. The term mercia or "mersa" may be used. If this is not what you mean, then disregard. Otherwise, normal hygiene with soap and water, and avoiding vigorous cleansers or drying agents (like bleach or alcohol) will keep the skin clean. Mrsa lives in the nose and is hard to get rid of. ...Read more
MRSA: Staph is a common germ, lives on skin, in nose, elsewhere-ubiquitous. When get where they don't belong, cause infection including pus pockets (abscesses). Some strains are resistant to multiple antibiotics. One such strain is MRSA (methicillin resistant staph. Aureus); can be a big deal id there's infection with limited antibiotc available to rx. Don't want it to spread in hospitals, a big deal. ...Read more
I've got all these bumps on my hands mostly some on my arms, stomach, etc. Painful only when they first appear. Is it that staff infection mercia? .
Possible, but...: Staph infection of the skin usually presents either as impetigo (bumps or patches with honey-colored crusting- typically on the face), folliculitis (pustules around hair follicles), or as painful abcesses. Methicillin-resistant staph aureus (aka mrsa) is a resistant form of staph that is unfortunately becoming more prevalent. You could have folliculitis or something else. See a dermatologist. ...Read more
Mania?: Manic-depressive disorder or bipolar disorder occurs when someone has an unstable mood, that is they can be very low and depressed or very high and excited at different times. When someone is manic, they are in the very high, excited, energized state they are over active, difficult to calm down, sleep little, and can show reckless behavior like overspending or buying expensive items on impulse. ...Read more
MRSA: Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a bacterium that causes infections in different parts of the body. It's tougher to treat than most strains of staphylococcus aureus -- or staph -- because it's resistant to some commonly used antibiotics. Http://www. Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/understanding-mrsa#1 ...Read more
Subitramine: Meridia (subitramine) was removed from the us market in october 2010 because of an increased risk of heart problems. It is very unlikely that Meridia will be brought back to the us market. There are no other drugs that work the same way that merida does, but other drugs that are sometimes used for weight loss are xenical (reduces fat absorption), and stimulants that suppress appetite. ...Read more
Assuming MRSA: MRSA is a bacteria that generally requires physical transfer from one person to another. This can be done through an intermediate innanimate object. If there is concern about MRSA exposure, then thorough washing will be a reasonable precaution. The odds of catching it depend on too many vaiables to give a specific number. ...Read more
Meridia: According to wikipedia, abbot labratories, the manufacturer, withdrew it in october of 2010 due to safety concerns. ...Read more
Yes: This is a bacteria which is out in the general world. If you have had it, been cured, you can get it from someone again. Best defense is to wash hands in warm water frequently, and not pick at skin lesions. If you have it, and are being treated, please keep your towels and facecloths separate from those of the other family members. ...Read more
It is related 2 many: When you say "mersa" I presume you are referring to how many pronounce msra. Mrsa is a resistant form of a common skin bacteria. Just having it on your skin does not mean you will get an infection. But, it can cause many different types of infection. Most commonly skin but may cause others including lung, kidney and blood. ...Read more
It's Up to You: We are exposed to all manner of emotional stimulation when viewing popular media these days. It really depends on what you watch, how it affects you and whether you continue to watch based on those effects. There has been some research done that shows mental health disorders are often inaccurately portrayed or over-emphasized in the media, making them seem more prevalent than they really are. ...Read more
Unfortunately: Violence in the media has two significant kinds of impact on our mental health. On one hand, it leads to increased violent behavior for some people. On the other hand, it numbs others to violence which may lead to expecting or accepting the occurrence of violence in our society. It may in part explain onlookers not intervening to stop violence in public. ...Read more
Why do you ask?: It's a more versatile way to stimulate your partner than intercourse. There's no pregnancy risk. Lovers who plan to "save the best" for the wedding night may find this the expression of choice. The risk of HIV transmission is very low, but other diseases, famously syphilis and gonorrhea, can be transmitted very efficiently this way and people often don't know this. ...Read more
MAYBE: Bleeding should be improving so please contact your physician. ...Read more
Not really: I would go to a professional and take the real iq test. It is far broader an assessment of thinking and problem solving than any I've seen online. ...Read more
French Seb Derm: Bonjour. Cela dépend où il est, mais en général, un shampooing antifongique avec ou sans un corticostéroïde topique est utilisé pour traiter la dermatite séborrhéique. ...Read more
Mrsa: You are probably colonized with mrsa, usually nasal colonization of MRSA may cause recurrence of the infection ater treatment, aslo, over crowding or if other members of the family is also colonized and towel, clothes are being shared can cause reinfection, strict hygienic practices may help, use of hand sanitizer, avoid towel sharing, use of muporicin into nares may help decolonization. ...Read more
See your physician: If you're studying pharmacy, it's important to be able to learn all you need to learn. Problems with memory and "felling soo lazy" have a lot of possible causes -- from thyroid problems, to not getting enough sleep, to medications, drugs, or alcohol, and many other possibilities. Please see your physician for a good checkup, and go from there. Do make sure you're getting enough rest. ...Read more
"Willpower": New scientific research indicates that willpower is more important than intelligence in determining success. If you proactively take control of your life with goals and planning, you can then use willpower to move in the direction that you want to go. Willpower can be increased; it can also be taxed and fatigued. Setting goals and implementing plans can be your rudder. See the book for more. ...Read more
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What do you do if someone finds you on all your social media sites, friends your friends, likes what you like but you never met> creepy?
Friends or friends: Do not respond to anyone you do not know - there are a lot of wackos out there. Keep your privacy setting very strict and restrict who has access to your information. ...Read more
I want to get an apartment with my friend and she has mersa. She has had it for four years now and she takes medication. Can I still get the mersa?
Yes: If she is a carrier, nasal culture positive, you will be exposed. ...Read more
Hi there my is maria, I had this problem for over 8 years now, been to several doctors, and each one has told me to live with the problem, problem be?
8 years?: And what would that problem be?Get a more detailed answer ›
Fake news. Oh, boy.: The health information that's propagated by the mass media, such as in news reports and on talk shows, is not always based on results of randomized, double-blind trials. As such, it may not be the advice that an actual doctor would give you in regards to a given medical issue. ...Read more
No it will not: The hormone of the Mirena (levonorgestrel) IUD tends to work locally in your uterus and pelvis to reduce your risks of pregnancy very effectively. Having a Mirena (levonorgestrel) inserted and practicing "safe sex", using condoms to reduce your risk of sexually transmitted infections will keep you healthy and happy. Not eating well balanced nutritious meals and not exercising regularly will "make you put on weight". ...Read more
Concise: Its well written, trustworthy, and concise. It is intended for trained professionals. Its not comprehensive for 2 reasons, there are never going to be enough pages to record all the information that now exists AND anything in there could, at anytime, become obsolete by a new discovery after publication. It favors time tested beliefs which I favor as well. All medical books have their critics. ...Read more
Probably no: Meridia could cause pulmonary hypertension, heart attack, heart valve damage or cardiac valve dysfunction and death. There were over 8 millions people took this drug and chance is very small, if you feel fine as before, mostly likely you are ok. Otherwise you already has symptoms. ...Read more