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What can I do to stop getting mrsa?

What can I do to stop getting mrsa?

Decolonization: Close contact with some one infected with mrsa, over growding, poor hygiene, exposure to MRSA from hospitals can all be risk factor for being infected with the this bacteria. However most people who have recurrent MRSA infection is because they are colonized with the bacteria, usually in their nostrils, thus decolonization of nostrils ( bactroban (mupirocin) ointment) , good hygiene, hand sanitizing may help. ...Read more

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My family's battled CA-MRSA for 3 yrs. Did everything advised to the letter & more! How is it considered curable if it doesn't ever stop coming back?

Really hard.: People have certain germs on their skin and which ones are very hard to change. BUT 100% of people have staph on their skin. 10% have staph that can give infection, and 1% have MRSA. Having the germ means you can get a skin infection from it, but it doesnt mean you will. Prevention of skin abrasions/rips is the best preventative. ...Read more

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I need an open minded, honest, and well educated doctor to ask if colloidal silver is a legitimate MRSA killer. We need to stop loose giving of antib?

Colloidal Silver: Use of colloidal silver may instead cause a condition called argyria, which makes the skin turn a gray color as a result of excess deposits of silver salts in the eyes, skin and organs of the body. Since its growth of popularity in the 1970s and 1980s, the fda has issued warnings to colloidal manufacturers regarding efficacy claims and continues to urge consumers to avoid its use. ...Read more

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Treating nares with bactroban again for staph colonization and facial outbreak. Doctor said since its just normal staph not MRSA that my immunity should eventually adapt and stop recurring as much. Is this true? Or will normal staph keep recurring?

Treating nares with bactroban again for staph colonization and facial outbreak. Doctor said since its just normal staph not MRSA that my immunity should eventually adapt and stop recurring as much. Is this true? Or will normal staph keep recurring?

Probably not: It is interesting as to why some people get staph colonization despite repeated treatments. I believe the problem is likely from immune defect in the nasal area thereby leading to recurrent infection. Although some staphs are normal residents on the skin (S epider-mides), others are not and only few are MRSA. Suggest that you try daily saline irrigation and avoid picking your nose. ...Read more

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What is mrsa?

More dangerous staph: Mrsa stands for mehticillin resistant stapholoccus aureus. A staph that is resistant to many common antibiotics. Often it is also more aggressive than other staph germs. It must be cultured and treatment guided by the antibiotics the lab shows will work. It is often spread to others in the household and they should be looked at. ...Read more

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What is MRSA ?

MRSA: Methicillin resistant staph aureus- ever growing difficult to treat bacterial infection. ...Read more

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