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Is this a MRSA infection or just skin reaction? Red bumps, never go away
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Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Doubt it.
Chronic red bumps are seldom an infection, MRSA or otherwise - infections are usually active entities that make their presence known with pain, tenderness, & swelling.
That said, a chronic indolent infection can't be ruled out without an exam. If these bumps never go away, i'd suggest having them examined by a dermatologist, who will tell you what needs to be done to make them go away.

In brief: Doubt it.
Chronic red bumps are seldom an infection, MRSA or otherwise - infections are usually active entities that make their presence known with pain, tenderness, & swelling.
That said, a chronic indolent infection can't be ruled out without an exam. If these bumps never go away, i'd suggest having them examined by a dermatologist, who will tell you what needs to be done to make them go away.
Dr. Joseph Eastern
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Dr. Claude Parola
Internal Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Maybe not
Contact your physician for further evaluation.

In brief: Maybe not
Contact your physician for further evaluation.
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