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What Is A Good Medicated Hair Grease For Dissecting Cellulitis
Is dissecting folliculitis curable? (My dermatologist says no.) BTW, he always says "folliculitis" rather than "cellulitis."
I have what i believed was an ingrown hair but now it has swollen, turned red and it drained to what looks like a huge empty hair follicle!cellulitis?
Abscess: Your description suggests a single follicle was involved , draining pus- likely an abscess. If there was surrounding redness, swelling, tenderness and warmth, then a cellulitis was involved. See a doctor for abscess drainage and treatment- a culture will be needed to determine what caused the infection (eg. Community-acquired mrsa). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a lump on my head that is sore and tender when touched or moving my hair. I was once told it was cellulitis and took meds but symptoms came bac?
See Dr.: Better have it seen by a physician who can prescribe antibiotics and or antifungals if needed. Difficult to diagnose without seeing it. ...Read more
My husband 43 he has dissecting folliculilis of scalp for 5 years he visit many doctors no use please we need effective remedy for pain and hair?
Painful scalp bumps: Dissecting cellulities of the scalp is a rare autoimmune condition which causes painful, swollen, and draining bumps on the scalp. It is similar to hydradenitis suppurativa, which occurs in the groin and under arms. Both are genetic, and hard to treat. They are painful and can leave scar. You cannot treat these yourself at home, you must find a good dermatologist to help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sensitivites: Hopefully, if you were sick enough to need IV antibiotics, cultures were done to see which specific bacteria caused your cellulitis. If so, then the lab also tests to see which drugs the bacteria is "sensitive" to. These are the best ones to use. These can vary depending on the type of bacteria and where the infection is, if you caught it in hospital or at home, etc. As always, finish all the med! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cellulitis for 20 days. Cloxaciline 14 days and cefirax 6. Improving very slowly. Redness not so bright anymore and there's no pain or swelling. good?
Cellulitis: The appropriate treatment of cellulitis depends on many factors such as underlying medical conditions, extent and location of the cellulitis. A culture is helpful, however not always possible to obtain. For antibiotic choice, drug interactions, sensitivity of the most common organisms, and any intolerances or allergies are all important. Oflox may be a good choice; tendinopathies have been seen. ...Read more
Cellulitis for 19 days. Cloxaciline 14 days and cefirax 5 days. Improving very slowly. When I press the red skin the redness goes away. Good symptom?
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