MRSA Superbug Forum

       Home    1

number of replies (1) - Page 1 of 1
My sister has MRSA in her bloodstream
Started by John
Posted: May 20, 2018 at 19:02
I have never heard of MRSA until last week. My sister is in
the hospital with it. She has is in her blood stream. She has
sores in her head and her hair is falling out. Her body is in
constant pain. She is on dialysis and her liver is failing. Is
there a cure for this infection. Can't seem to get a straight
answer from the doctor.
Re: My sister has MRSA in her bloodstream
Reply #1 by name
Posted: May 20, 2018 at 23:06
MRSA cannot be cured 100%.

Anti-biotics etc. can help minimizing the side effects (sores, blisters).
Washing the affected part of your skin with anti-bacterial soap would keep
the bacteria from growing again to a certain extent. But again, the MRSA
cannot be cured 100%. Even if the affected part of a body is no longer
showing MRSA sores, it does not mean that it is cured. The bacteria goes
dormant, and regular washing with anti-bacterial soap helps keeping dormant
and at bay.

Tricloscept soap can be very helpful in cleaning one's skin infected with
You should speak with a dermatologist, since MRSA affects the skin. If the
bacteria gets into the bloodstream, there could be serious consequences :(
Reply to this topic    or     Start New Topic

Your Name:
Reply Subject: Re: My sister has MRSA in her bloodstream
(You may enter up to 3001 characters)

characters left
Type the characters shown in the image for verification:
Write the characters in the image above