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I think I may have mrsa, what should I do?

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Dr. Bonnie Bock
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
1 doctor agrees

In brief: See your doctor

Mrsa can be diagnosed or treated by your doctor. Mrsa can be a very severe infection, so do not try to diagnose or treat it without medical advise.
Your doctor can also tell you whether you have a different diagnosis, and prescribe treatment if indicated.

In brief: See your doctor

Mrsa can be diagnosed or treated by your doctor. Mrsa can be a very severe infection, so do not try to diagnose or treat it without medical advise.
Your doctor can also tell you whether you have a different diagnosis, and prescribe treatment if indicated.
Dr. Bonnie Bock
Dr. Bonnie Bock
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Dr. Milton Alvis Jr
Preventive Medicine

In brief: CarefulUsuallyBenign

Staphylococcus aureus frequently present human skin & respiratory passages, especially nose.
Control of this bacteria, as with all, a function of the immune system. Sa is most commonly a commensal bacteria, but that reality is not good for marketing fear. Dietary choices, activities, emotions & any internal control affecting immune function can change. Mrsa merely means multiple resistant abs.

In brief: CarefulUsuallyBenign

Staphylococcus aureus frequently present human skin & respiratory passages, especially nose.
Control of this bacteria, as with all, a function of the immune system. Sa is most commonly a commensal bacteria, but that reality is not good for marketing fear. Dietary choices, activities, emotions & any internal control affecting immune function can change. Mrsa merely means multiple resistant abs.
Dr. Milton Alvis Jr
Dr. Milton Alvis Jr
Thank
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