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MRSA in the ear canal
Posted by Michelle
Last Reply October 18, 2016 at 04:40
Started May 27, 2009
My little boy is 4 years old and has MRSA for 2 years. I keep hearing all these remedies for the skin and in the bones however, we have not been lucky enough to clear up his MRSA for very long.
We have tried everything and I am starting a new regiment of agressive cleaning for the ear this week under anesthesia with an oral ear antibiotic.
Does anyone else have MRSA in the ear and if so what are you using for treatment?
My son is Clindimycin resistant and allergic to Vancomycin.
Please help if you have anything.

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Mssa and tattos
Posted by Elizabeth
Last Reply October 5, 2016 at 17:46
Started October 5, 2016 at 17:46
I had mssa 4 years ago from a chillies
surgery and now I'm wanting to get a
tattoo. Has anyone had the same
experience. If you got a tattoo did you
get a infection? I really want this but
want to make sure I make the right
decision.

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dates wroong
Posted by Janice
Last Reply October 2, 2016 at 16:00
Started September 9, 2016 at 22:58
the dates on the postings can't be right.. some of them say December 2016 which has not even gotten here yet.. why are the dates not correct when people are leaving in formation

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Acne and Mrsa
Posted by Tina
Last Reply September 30, 2016 at 11:55
Started May 30, 2006 at 04:54
Hi does anyone know if Mrsa can make your face break out. I have had it for almost a year now and the last 2 months I have broke out bad on my face,and I never had acne before.Does anyone else have this problem or is it just something else.

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Mrsa in bloodstream
Posted by Kristen
Last Reply September 22, 2016 at 03:55
Started September 21, 2016 at 18:52
Recently I had an outbreak of MRSA after I got back from a Florida beach trip
The infection entered my wounds from paces I had peeled off from severe
sunburn. I had the worst boils that oozed puss. It was spread to my buttocks
and lower back. It was painful. I went to the doctor and got prescribed
antibiotics and they gave me ointment for the infected areas. but they never
sent anything to be tested because it was too expensive for my mom. They
started to heal and have gotten very small, almost gone and some are gone.
But the past few days I have been experiencing symptoms such loss of
appetite, coughing, cold chills, shaking,ramdomly lose hearing in one ear,
diarrhea and I get really hot easily. Also I have coughed up green mucus.
Should I be worried that this has something to do with MRSA? Ive done
research and read that it can get into your bloodstream. I'm only 18 and this is
really scaring me.

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bartholin cyst caused by MRSA?
Posted by Brandt
Last Reply September 16, 2016 at 17:44
Started October 28, 2009 at 01:58
I had severe impetigo on my face caused by MRSA. The only antibiotics
that worked were Vancomysin and Zyvox. I ended the Zyvox last week and
now I have a cyst on my Labia. My doctor told me it wasn't related to
the MRSA and said it may be a bartholin cyst. I think it IS related to
the MRSA. I have never been sexually active or had any sort of gyno
problems before. Could you offer some advice? I don't want to brush it
off if it may get worse.

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Can U Sue for someone knowingly MRSA active?
Posted by CK
Last Reply September 13, 2016 at 18:18
Started April 26, 2011 at 04:27
My spouse visited a siblings house recently & saw the antibiotic in the fridge. Asked the sibling about it & sibling replied, "Oh, yeah, I think the kids have MRSA again." Well the sibling KNEW but didn't tell my spouse NOT to come over with our kids for a playdate. Now, my spouse has a lesion on the calf--afraid it might be MRSA. The sibling came over to our house for Easter with the infected children--still NOT telling anyone about the MRSA. (My spouse had told me just the day before about the previous incident) R my kids safe if the MRSA kids have been on antibiotic? What does my spouse need to do--get a culture of the wound? (We have no health ins.) Can I sue my spouse's sibling for not disclosing that the MRSA kids were sick & subjecting my family to an infectious disease? I think it is morally & ethnically WRONG!

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MRSA in May of 2015
Posted by sheshe
Last Reply September 13, 2016
Started July 25, 2016 at 08:28
I broke 2 bones in my ankle in December 2014, I had a plate and 3
screws put in on Christmas Eve; 4 weeks later I had to have another
surgery because the plate bent and screws were loose. This time he
put 2 plates and 12 screws in; 4 weeks later he found one of the
plates were fractured, but he wouldn't take it out. A couple of
months later I ended up with MRSA that started in that ankle, I was in
the hospital for 11 days and do not remember anything that went on, my
infectious disease doctor told me I almost died. I ended up on IV
Vancomycin and a wound vac on my ankle. I had 2 surgeries on my ankle
in May, 2 in October and they amputated my leg below my knee in
November. I was septic and the infection had gone all through my body
and blood, I was throwing clots of infection instead of blood clots.
I had repeat CT scans and everything was stable. To make a long story
short I had repeat CT scans in April and lymphoma was suspected, I
have had severa... read more

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PVL MRSA
Posted by RosieKV
Last Reply September 10, 2016 at 18:24
Started January 22, 2009 at 19:25
Hi - I am in the UK, but I'm posting on this forum as PVL MRSA is still quite rare here. My 20yr old daughter was diagnosed with MRSA 16 months ago and she has had recurrent abscesses since then. We have only just been told that the MRSA is PVL+, we now know how lucky she was not to have developed septicaemia or necrotising pneumonia.

Has anyone here experienced PVL MRSA?

Rosie

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Gross Negligence
Posted by Brian
Last Reply September 10, 2016 at 10:00
Started November 17, 2007 at 19:54
Hello everyone,
Here's what I'm going through: I went into the hospital on Oct. 15th for hernia surgery. They used mesh for the repair. I had two drain tubes inserted after the surgery. A resident doctor came in to look at my incision. As he was cutting my bandages away he accidentally cut into one of the drain tubes, close to where it entered the skin. He then put a small piece of tape around it to try to stop it from leaking. It didn't work. When one of my doctors came in later, he had them take both drain tubes out.

Went home on Oct. 19th and felt ok. The second week home I became very ill with fever, chills, a major increase in pain, and lots of swelling near the incision. Went back to see the surgeon and she re-admitted me on the spot, telling me that I probably had an abscess.

In the hospital, they did put me on some type of IV antibiotic. The next day I had a CT scan. They told me that there was a lot of fluid in the surgical cavity. The day after that they took me dow... read more

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Mrsa
Posted by Chlo
Last Reply September 10, 2016 at 05:48
Started September 9, 2016 at 04:59
I had went into labour with a fever and chills and both my and my baby were
tachycardia luckily I progressed quickly and deliver her naturally but my placenta
came back positive for mrsa and my daughter was swabbed a month ago and stil
positive so I'm guessing my husband j would be to. I'm just confused as to how it
got on my placenta and if it was in my uterus will I be able to have more children
or will I always have mrsa in my uterus .
24621

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MRSA during Childbirth
Posted by Glenn
Last Reply September 9, 2016 at 04:52
Started October 25, 2010 at 15:51
My fiance and I just had our first child on October 7th. Besides for common allergies neither of us have had any medical issues. While in the hospital, our doctor induced my fiance by rupturing her membrane by hand and an IV drip of pitocin. By around 12:00-1:00pm she was fully dialated yet the contractions weren't powerfull enough to push my son further down the birth canal. After hours of attempting to push, the Dr decided on an emergency c-section. This was around 6pm.

I was originally able to sit next to my fiance in the Operating Room, but when she began to feel intense pain from the procedure, the Dr's determined that her epidural wasn't working properly, then they went to general and put her to sleep (during which time I was told to exit the room). My son was born at 6:52pm and I was elated to have him and put this stressful birthing experience behind us. Unfortunately, I wasn't out of the woods by any means.

We were able to leave the hospital on Saturday with my son (... read more

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Google gourmet garlic to buy
Posted by Bob Anderson
Last Reply September 3, 2016 at 23:39
Started September 3, 2016 at 23:39
If anyone is looking for natural garlic, you can Google gourmet garlic and you will get a list of hundreds of growers nationwide. It will help to learn the different kinds of garlic and how they are different. Some are mild, some are medium and some are hot to very hot. Hotter garlics usually have more allicin, the active result of crushed garlic. They all have something to say, learn from them.

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Why are our posts being deleted?
Posted by 4myMomma
Last Reply September 3, 2016 at 21:29
Started September 3, 2016 at 16:21
Please explain to me why my posts and the posts of people who
have responded to me are being deleted?!

The products forum link is broken so I cant try looking there.
I haven't found the rules anywhere & I can't find a way to
send private messages. So how do I go about finding the
answers I need to help save my mothers life , if my posts are
deleted before I have a chance to read the responses?

Im not trying to cause problems. Im not trying to come off
sounding rude either , so if that is the case, Im sorry cuz
thats not my intent. Its just very discouraging to find such
an amazing forum full of people who have all the answers I
need to help save my momma but my posts are being deleted
before I can get the help I need

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Where did my post go?
Posted by Bob Anderson
Last Reply September 3, 2016 at 17:13
Started September 2, 2016 at 14:30
I just responded to a post dated September 2, 2016 from 4 my mama and now the original post and my response are nowhere to be seen?????

Have I violated protocol by helping a person find garlic?

Bob

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MRSA AND METH
Posted by allen
Last Reply August 26, 2016 at 18:53
Started October 30, 2006 at 01:44
Hi, this is hard to admit but i have a ?
how many of you out thier that have MRSA do meth i know its hard to admit but i think thats how i got it. but it only seems to show up on my leg. two at a time, once the two start to go away two more show up. im going crazy. so if i can get some truthful replays i would like to know.


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Mental illness and MRSA
Posted by Tina
Last Reply August 16, 2016 at 22:20
Started August 16, 2016 at 22:20
My son at 15 years old had MRSA. He was in football - had an injury and then hospitalized for MRSA for a week. Ever since then he has been in out out of Psychiatric Hospitals. He stopped high school also at 15 years of age- everything changed.... Three days before 18th birthday - it was given the name schizophrenia. He is now almost 23 - on medication and disability. I have always wondered if MRSA could have been the cause. Is there studies, doctors, etc... that are researching link between MSRA and mental illness? ts_long@yahoo.com

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MRSA and Psychological disorders
Posted by Undefined
Last Reply August 16, 2016 at 22:19
Started January 30, 2010 at 19:11
I am posting this question/story in hopes of finding anyone else with similar situations or answers. I have a life long friend, who was diagnosed with MRSA some three years ago. She has always been a fun loving person and good friend. She is only prescibed meds when she has an outbreak, and the location of the MRSA is in her nasal passage. Her outbreaks occur 3 times a year or more and last up to a month. It seems however that the past 6 months, her personalityhas completely changed. I would describe this change as vicious and nasty. The question I pose is "Are there any connections out there with MRSA spreading to the brain and causing neurological disorders, including complete personality change?" I fear my friend will never be the same since these aren't mood swings, but rather a complete transformation over a six month period.

Thanks to all,
Concerned Friend

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Herbal folk remedies for breast discomfort
Posted by Bob Anderson
Last Reply August 14, 2016 at 06:17
Started August 13, 2016 at 17:15
This is part one of several parts explaining a whole different way of using garlic to affect a different past of the body.

For over six and a half years I have been writing in this forum about garlic water baths and how and why they help people feel relaxed and with a temporary sense of well-being from the effects of garlic water baths. The garlic water use was my own discovery when I treated myself for some bacterial infections and it worked really well. During a discussion over dinner one evening during the Garlic Is Life! Symposium in Tulsa, OK in 2001, I learned from Dr. David Mirelman, PhD and head of the Chemistry Dept. at Weitzmann Institute in Rehovot, Israel and one of the most knowledgeable people in the world on the chemistry of garlic, about how the allicin in crushed raw natural garlic kills bacteria on contact and how it all works.

That extremely enlightening dinner discussion sent my wife and I searching the internet and buying scholarly tomes on garlic che... read more

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MRSA infection in boyfriend
Posted by S.S.
Last Reply August 8, 2016 at 17:10
Started August 13, 2008 at 21:57
Hello,
I'm a new to this forum and seeking advice. About 2 weeks ago, my boy-friend developed an abscess in his arm and got tested for MRSA which I just found out was positive. He is currently taking the antibiotics prescribed and I understand that he will always be a carrier and he could pass it on to me. So what does it mean to me? Will I get it if I am intimate with him? I understand that close contact with a carrier, is how someone gets it, but I'm healthy, so will I get it?? What about intimacy? We have been together for 4 years and planning on getting married. What does this mean for him? He is in his late 20's and very active and healthy. Please help.

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