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Treatment Of Staphylococcus Aureus In Stool
What is the cure for the sexually transmitted diseases caused by staphyloccocus aureus in the male organ?
Staph not STD!: Staphylococci are not std organisms. They are the surface of everyone. ...Read more
Is everywhere: The bacteria is a natural "inhabitant" of the skin. Sometimes it overgrows (for lack of hygiene, decrease in the natural defense of the body, or having a more agressive mutation of the bacteria) and it produces infection. Most commonly these infections are in the skin but it can affect almost every organ (bone, heart, blood infections, ect). ...Read more
Of course!: Our immune systems are designed to fight off most infections, including s. Aureus. This is a very common bacterium on our skin and is generally kept in check by our immune systems. ...Read more
Why do it?: Are you a researcher for the next nobel prize? ...Read more
Good day I just want to know what antibiotic treatment will be the best for staphylococcus aureus and sever cellulites in lower legs? Greetings tasch
See below.: This is probably a contaminant, and not a true infection. I would not advi treatment based on this culture unless you are having symptoms. ...Read more
What is the medication of choice in the treatment of urethritis caused by staphylococcus species?
Antibiotics: Antibiotics.Get a more detailed answer ›
No other disease?: One with constipation needs to be sure there is no other disease causing it. If due to slow movement of food and poop through the gut, then things to try are leafy vegetables, water, prune juice, prunes and similar fruits, fiber with water, Miralax (polyethylene glycol), Senokot or other senna, milk of magnesia, or other laxatives. Impaction needs laxatives, an enema, maybe with a helping hand. ...Read more
Acute or chronic?: I am very concerned if your constipation is relatively acute, ;/or associated with fever, nausea, vomiting, bleeding. Constipation (stooling less than every 4 days) that is chronic raises concern for partial obstruction, ileus, ischemic disease, tumors, dysmotilities, "cathartic colon", rectal dysfunction. Treatment depends on possible causes--please see your doctor for a directed work-up. ...Read more
Yes and no, it depen (penicillamine): The reason for rectal bleeding needs to be determined first. It can be an anal fissure from hard stools...This will often heal but other more common reasons for rectal bleeding are hemorrhoids or cancer. These may not heal on their own. So my advice is that you get your doctor to examine you and find the cause and treat accordingly. ...Read more
Don't panic: Mucous is made by the colon and sometimes means that the colon is inflamed or irritable. I would get checked out by your doctor or a gastroenterologist to be safe. ...Read more
Followv up w gi doc: Acute flare up with steroid but many option regarding with maintenance treatment. Your local GI guy would be best serve you. ...Read more