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MRSA IS RUINING MY LIFE-LOOKING FOR CURES
Posted by daniellefromUSA
Last Reply March 18, 2015 at 03:33
Started July 30, 2011 at 23:22
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Im a healthy young adult woman in my 20s and ive had mersa for a few years sofar. It didnt go away yet and i suffered every day for about 3 yrs sofar.I feel like im 80 years old,I have no life quality.
but mersa can happen to anyone, I guess some peoples genetics are more prone to getting this.I probably got it from the community, from someone who carried it. and its airborne so i probably got it from an open cut that was exposed to that. going out in public now is a nightmare for me, especially in crowds because i never know if ill walk near someone or touch a door handle that is carrying mersa or staf. sometimes if i even walk near someone i get severely itchy and start having trouble breathing.
and many non sick people do carry mrsa but they arent sick
i dont allow myself into elevators with other people. i try not to sit near people. i make public outings quick so that i dont stay near groups of people for more than a few minutes
WASHING HANDS. does not help defend f... read more

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MRSA in the lungs
Posted by Mia
Last Reply March 16, 2015 at 20:57
Started July 10, 2004 at 21:03
My father has had recurring episodes of MRSA in his lungs for two years now, he's at the moment just coming into the third week of his stay in hospital this time round. The Vancomycin seems to ward the bacteria off for a while but it always comes back (usually after approx 6 weeks). I see so much on the news and in the papers about MRSA in open wounds but have seen nothing about it internally. Does anyone else have any experience of this? Any info would be greatly appreciated!

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mrsa scars
Posted by lisa
Last Reply March 4, 2015 at 05:28
Started March 22, 2006 at 16:25
hi everyone, i am currently undergoing the treatment for my 3rd outbreak of mrsa, infact i just found out what i in fact have, the 2nd outbreak i had left ugly scars on my outer forearm, i would like some advice as to deminish the scaring, the current outbreak i am having is on my face. anybody with any ideas or suggestions please help me!

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MSSA infection
Posted by Vic B
Last Reply March 4, 2015 at 03:02
Started January 24, 2007 at 12:27
I caught the terrible disease MSSA in June 2005 after a spell in hospital for a simple problem. After 2 spinal operations and a long spell in hospital I am free of the disease but the after effects are still affecting me. IE I have very little feeling in the lower half of my body, except for endless pain. Is anyone able to advise me on what I can do? My GP is not able to offer any help, all I am told is that "the nerve ends are affected and feeling will return"But when!!! I feel that the NHS has abandoned me. HELP!!.

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Get rid of MRSA
Posted by Teresa
Last Reply February 25, 2015 at 17:01
Started June 3, 2011 at 23:30
Hi, I have been reading so much on the MRSA Staph infections and there is something you need to know. First of all, all of this craziness with people telling others what to buy... Hibaclens, books on how to rid yourself of MRSA, etc.. We all have staph on our skin and you can get rid of MRSA for good. My name is Teresa. My granddaughter, whom I was caring for at the time, was 2 years old when she got MRSA and I fought it for almost 2 years. In that time many different doctors put her on all different types of antibiotics, I was told to buy certain items too, probiotics, Hibaclens, etc. I threw out all bath toys, sterilized the house, everyday! I must have spent at least $5,000.00 dollars in that 2 years trying to rid her of it. She was close to death and I had to take things into my own hands or lose my 4 year old granddaughter. I went to her pediatrician, again, and insisted that he put her on sulfa antibiotics, he explained how dangerous they were, especially for a 4 year old. I k... read more

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MRSA Question (urgent)
Posted by Scott
Last Reply February 21, 2015 at 18:54
Started November 28, 2007 at 09:36
Hi.

I recently spent 5 days in the hospital with an MRSA infection on my leg. It was nasty and extremely painful. I was put on Vancamycin (sp?) and released after 6 days. It has been 3 weeks since that time, and I have just finished my last dose of Bactrim yesterday. The actual wound is healing up for the most part (was able to stop re-packing a few days ago), and now that I am off the daily antibiotics, my energy is starting to come back.

Anyways, yesterday I started to get this weird sensation in my mouth. Underneath my tongue, at the very back-left, an incredible soreness is developing. I mean, if I move my tongue at all or swallow - it hurts, bad. This is not a sore throat. I obviously know what that feels like and this is not that. My gums are a little swollen also, but that could be something totally separate. Who knows.

So, this leads me up to my stupid question. Can you develop an MRSA sore on your tongue or inner-mouth between gums/tongue and throat? If so, that's... read more

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MRSA and PSEUDOMONAS
Posted by SILVERLUCIAN
Last Reply February 18, 2015 at 21:06
Started June 9, 2007 at 16:22
l have now got a supra pubic catheter as l am spinal injured. l have had mrsa in my urine for months with out any treatment, l had to use the Hdrex scrub and cream and powder before my operation which was in May. The nurses are coming into dress my wound every day still and took a swab, now l have been told l have mrsa and Pseudomonas. My gp has given my Erythomycin 250mg 4x day plus more Hydrex and Bactroban. l am a diabetic type 2, and not feeling very well at all also getting a bit scared of keep catching this bug.Does anyone know what the treatment is for the Pseudomonas please. l have to go back to the hospital at the end of this month to get my s/p changed and l am dreading it. l feel so angry and upset.

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symptoms active mrsa
Posted by Cindy M
Last Reply February 18, 2015 at 13:56
Started February 18, 2015 at 13:56
Hello, first, would like to thank you for allowing this question,
much appreciated!
During the full, blown MRSA, has anyone heard of or experiences as
symptoms nausea accompanied with vomiting? Of course, the
aforementioned symptom cluster.
My friend has been sick (she detests being labeled sick), but what
looks as just a long stint of the flu.
Her physician has done no blood work on her. He did give her
phenegran.
I have been more than insistent that her provider, do blood work,
especially when this sickness, possible MRSA.
If anyone has any ideas, they are much appreciated.

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vaginal mrsa
Posted by sandra burkett
Last Reply February 17, 2015 at 01:01
Started April 28, 2005 at 23:08
swab taken, identified isolated growth mrsa. 2nd swab showed heavy growth. gp stated had not come across this before. please could you confirm treatments, prognosis and causes thankyo

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Recurring MRSA I Cant Get Rid Of!!!
Posted by Courtney
Last Reply February 10, 2015 at 02:19
Started August 13, 2010 at 14:54
PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

I have had recurring MRSA infections for over 2 years now. I have been on Augmentin, Omnicef,Bactrim, Rifampin, Doxycycline, clindamycin, levaquin... and several other less powerful that I cannot recall. I have moved homes, changed all furniture (im not kidding) all bedding, new linens, I use Bactroban in my nose everyday, im obcessive about clean hands and showers. I use hibiclens soap everyday and it is the only soap i use. I get a new MRSA infection every month, if not twice a month. I get them on the insides of my thighs and now on my buttocks. They swell to baseball size (im not kidding) under the skin before they will finally literally explode. Ive had cultures... countless cultures. Seen coutless doctors and specialists. No one can help me. I have literally heard the words "its something you're going to have to learn to live with and maintain" The pain is something I cannot truly describe, the scars are hideous and the shame and confusion is honestly the ... read more

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MRSA Chatroom
Posted by Jayne
Last Reply January 20, 2015 at 03:10
Started May 11, 2005 at 22:22
I have set up a chatroom for MRSA sufferers, those people who have had there lives affected by MRSA and for anyone who wishes to chat live about the subject.
Anyone using the chatroom are asked to be respectful to other users. Thank you
http://www.mrsafacts.com/chatroom.htm

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stomach problems after MRSA treatment
Posted by Eve Beardall
Last Reply January 18, 2015 at 02:48
Started May 8, 2010 at 21:18
I'm wondering if anyone else has had digestive trouble after being treated for MRSA. My son was in the hospital for a week, on many different antibiotics, including Vancomycin and Cubicin (sp?) and now almost a year later, he still throws up after eating sometimes. Thanks, Eve Beardall

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book MRSA Secrets Revealed
Posted by Colin
Last Reply January 3, 2015
Started June 2, 2010 at 23:01
Has anyone bought the book MRSA Secrets Revealed or read this book ?
http://www.staph-infection-resources.com/

My son keeps getting mrsa and normal treatment does not seem to stop reinfection, I'm trying to find information on alternatives herbal etc but cant find any reviews on this book anywhere.

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after effects of MRSA on the body
Posted by David
Last Reply December 22, 2014 at 08:28
Started October 20, 2006 at 14:57
My question is are there lasting effects on a person's body long after the MRSA is treated. Such as extreem tiredness, lack of energy etc.

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minimum safe temperature to kill MRSA
Posted by austin haddock
Last Reply December 8, 2014 at 17:43
Started November 2, 2004 at 15:56
What is the minimum temperature required to wash clothes / bed clothes, worn / comming into contact with an MRSA infected person to kill the MRSA bacteria ?

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strange bone and joint pain
Posted by Kitten
Last Reply November 23, 2014 at 09:29
Started February 10, 2007 at 09:58
I have been batteling staph infection since 2001. I have an out break about 2 times a year and it is treated by bactrim and rifampin. After a few doses it goes away. I have an infected spot now on my cheak not any where else. BUT my wrist and elbos hurt very bad. Has anyone had this happen before.

Thanks, Kitten

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MRSA ear infections
Posted by Tamara
Last Reply November 11, 2014 at 11:15
Started April 3, 2014 at 04:45
Last year, I had a MRSA cyst under my arm that was surgically removed and
treated with Bactrim. Five months later, I developed MRSA abscesses on my lip
and in my mouth. I had four oral surgeries to drain them, took vancomycin
through the picc line and eventually developed a staph infection in it before
everything was cleared up. I've been back to work since January and thought
everything was going great.

Well, except for one thing. I kept getting ear infections but honestly, I've been
having recurring ones for about a year now, and I just thought it was part of that.
However last week my PCP decided to culture the nasty smelling drainage to
make sure it wasn't pseudomonas. It wasn't. It was MRSA. She has referred me to
an ENT and also told me to make an appointment with my infectious disease
doctor. I see the ENT Monday and the ID doctor a week later.

I'm not sure what to expect now. My PCP said I may have to have surgery on my
ears. Is that accurate? Wil... read more

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MRSA in Hip Joint Replacement
Posted by Vanessa
Last Reply October 17, 2014 at 20:39
Started April 19, 2007 at 10:25
My dad is 60yrs and a couple of months ago had a hip joint replacement. Everything was going really well and the pain disappeared instantly, then one of the dissolvable stitches didn't dissolve and got infected, they started him on antibiotics but after a while it wasn't getting any better and Dad started feeling a bit unwell, temperature etc. They put him into hospital straight away to open the wound and clean it out but found it to be full of pus to the joint and closed it up straight away to await the result of the blood test to find out what it was. Two days later after the first attempt to clean it out they went back in knowing it was MRSA and cleaned it all out, replacing some of the parts of the hip replacement as well. They had already started him on vancomycin and said that everything was looking good after they had cleaned it all up. Six weeks later Dad is still on the vancomycin (part of the way through they realised they weren't giving him enough! and upped his dose... read more

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This diet holds down MRSA bacteria
Posted by Carolyn
Last Reply September 26, 2014 at 02:36
Started March 1, 2007 at 12:55
First is your diet. You must absolutely change to a vegetarian diet or as close as you can get. You must stop eating anything that contains white flour. I no longer eat any bread because I noticed that all breads no matter how dark, contain some white flour. You need to immediately cut way back on your sugar intake. Continue with everything your doctors say, plus get a good multi vitamin with IRON, take extra vitamin C, start cooking using a lot of red onion, red (purple cabbage) and add as much FRESH chopped garlic AFTER cooking, not during. Fresh raw garlic contains allicin which helps to INHIBIT MRSA bacteria. No one can eradicate MRSA from the body, but you can INHIBIT the growth of the bacteria. You must dedicate yourself to this healthy eating pattern as your new lifestyle. NO sodas, no coffee, only decaf green tea and fruit juice with NO added sugar. I also take fish oil, since I eat no fish or meat of any kind. I do drink milk. I use turmeric every day, putting a bit in my g... read more

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