Does this rash of little blisters of whitish droplet sound like bacterial skin infection?

Little blisters. If the rash is on the hands or feet you have dyshidrotic eczema. Small fluid-filled blisters called vesicles appear on the fingers, hands, and feet. They are most common along the edges of the fingers, toes, palms, and soles. These blisters can cause intense itching and scaly patches of skin that flake constantly or become red, cracked, and painful. Rx prescription cortisone.

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I have a bacterial skin infection on my chin & mouth area, also spread in some areas of neck nd chest. Is it normal for it to itch after applying the?

Yes. Itch associated with the topical infection is a common symptom. Continue to apply the medication as directed by the physician. This will improve when the infection starts to improve. You could ask your doctor if an oral antihistamine is safe to help with the itchy skin and ask exactly which is safe. Don't just buy one and start treating yourself. Read more...

What is the best and effective medicine for bacterial skin infection? \

SULFA meds. Many skin infections today are caused by resistent staph (mrsa). Sulfa is a good first line oral antibiotic. Read more...

People with chronic bacterial skin infection typically have what symptoms?

Pus, swelling. There will be skin infection around hair follicles varying in size from pimple to large abscess. Typically this is caused by staph or strep. It requires antibiotics and recurrence rate can be decreased by antibacterial soap such as lever 2000, phisohex, phisoderm, hibicleans.S periodic baths with dilute clorox 1 cup per tub will decrease bacteria. Read more...
Skin germs. Bacteria are found every where, and some are okay, and some cause disease. There are skin, mouth, intestinal and nose bacteria, that are good for humans, and there are also pathogenic bacteria that can make people sick. Some people, called carriers, carry bad germs on their bodies, which do not make them sick, but can make other people sick.Testing and treatment must be done by a medical doctor. Read more...

Can you please tell me what I did wrong to get chronic bacterial skin infection?

Perhaps nothing. Difficult to know what you mean by bacterial skin infections, but if these are boils that some people call spider-bites they may be due to methicillin-resistant staph aureus. You do not necessarily have to do anything "wrong" to get these, but occasionally they can be produced by your coming in direct contact with lesions in another person. Read more...

Is PAIN is the Mandatory Symptom of Bacterial skin Infection? Or also it can be reddish, warm and inflame skin but without pain?

No. Some minor & superficial bacterial skin infections would not trigger any pain. Not all reddish/warm skin is infected.Sometimes such a finding is a minor allergic response to contact allergen or insect bite. Read more...

Mother of my baby has chronic bacterial skin infection. What does this mean for future?

Insufficient info. What sort of chronic bacterial infection are we talking about? Some are just inconvenient, others are cause for concern. See a doctor, get a firm diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Read more...
Check the Nose. Sometimes people who have chronic skin infections carry the bacteria in their nose. There are ways to treat this that can significantly reduce the occurrence of this problem. See a dermatologist. Read more...