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MRSA Chatroom
Started by Jayne
Posted: 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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Re: MRSA Chatroom
Reply #1 by snoops
Posted: October 30, 2007
need answers
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Reply #2 by tasmin
Posted: October 30, 2007 at 01:05
hi jayne,
its a great idea the chatroom, ut how do u get into it?
i tried the addy u gave in ur post, but nothing...

maybe its me lol

tasmin
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Reply #3 by Steve
Posted: October 30, 2007 at 07:36
I don't think it's you Tasmin, I tried to check it out too, but it never worked either, though I have to say I use firefox with noscript, which stops websites running scripts without your approval. But even so it usually gives you a warning, that something is trying to run scripts

In this case there was nothing, I suspect a bit more tweaking is going on
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Reply #4 by Callie
Posted: October 30, 2007 at 17:44
Jayne's message is from 2005 - perhaps that has something to do with it!
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Reply #5 by steve
Posted: October 31, 2007 at 08:50
LOL
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Reply #6 by mrsaquenn
Posted: April 12, 2008 at 01:14
so i am finally getting a docter of infection control does any one know what i should exspect help this queen needs a witch docter or something
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Reply #7 by Carlene
Posted: January 22, 2009 at 20:28
This will be brief right now as I am still grieving the death of my beautiful daughter who has died from MRSA. Just want a place to vent in a day or two. Can I talk about it here ? God bless you all. Carlene in Alaska
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Reply #8 by ladyk
Posted: January 23, 2009
Carlene -

So very sorry for your loss.

Please feel free to come to USA/Canada - MRSA Discussion Forum
http://www.mrsa-forum-usa.com/index.asp?action=start

Click 'List Forum Topics' and start a new one, Iíll find you.

You can also e-mail me if you wish.

ladyk
ladyk__1@hotmail.com

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Reply #9 by linda mccafferty
Posted: January 23, 2009
Dear Carlene im so sorry to hear this, we are all here to support you through this distressing time for you . i look on the USA/Canada site often , you will recieve good support from very caring people there , something that you need right now . i will be looking on the site for you Carlene....... my best wishes .
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Reply #10 by Carlene
Posted: January 23, 2009 at 05:17
Linda, thank you so very much. Am on fairly heavy meds right now so am not trying to make a lot of sense but thank you for responding ! I will be here tomorrow to "talk" to you. The pain...OMG....the pain !!
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Reply #11 by Carlene
Posted: January 23, 2009 at 16:24
Lady-K thank you. I will try that site sometime today or tomorrow. The support I have already found here has been comforting. I miss my daughter so very much. Thank you for your understanding.
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Reply #12 by chris
Posted: January 26, 2009 at 20:43
by brother had major operation to remove his asoficus due to cancer,operation went well,and he looked great after for 2days,then his lungs collapsed,and then was told he had mrsa in his nose,which wnt to his lungs,he has been on antibiotics,but cant breath very well,and is tired all the time,really worried that they wont get rid of this mras.chris
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Reply #13 by Melissa
Posted: November 21, 2010 at 21:49
I've had MRSA for 8 years, anywhere from 1-10 abscesses a month. I've been on every
oral antibiotic out there as well as all IV antibiotics on the market. Most IV antibiotics
are no longer an options for me due to a few bouts of serum sickness. I don't know if
they're becoming more painful or if I'm just so tire of being in pain that it's driving
me crazy. I have an ID specialist that never seems to be in the office so he's very little
help. It seems like most ER doctors don't really know how to deal with me and my
MRSA. I'm at a dead end, I know I can't live with pain like this for the rest of my life
but I know if I give up..... I have no chance of surviving.

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Reply #14 by linda mccafferty
Posted: November 26, 2010
Melissa , here is the USA/Canda forum link as this is the UK one , you will recieve better information/advice and support ........http://www.mrsa-forum-usa.com/index.asp?action=start
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Reply #15 by linda
Posted: April 7, 2011 at 08:30
i know exactly how the doctors trat us. i've had the mras over a tear and the boils are becoming the size oa a fist. they are so gross and now now the moved from my face to my arms to my backside...my legs are are i n so much pain ther are days i cannot walk..i'm very scared...to add insult to injury...lost my job which meany no health insurance...i'm 52, lost 20lbs i 3 weels and i know in my gut this is hoe i'll die....i need help.hope and just a bit of kinness, please...lul77u
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Reply #16 by Lesa
Posted: June 7, 2011 at 02:24
Hello all. I had MRSA Oct 2009. i was in hospital for 11 days and 12
more at home on IV. I believe i lived due to a drastic change in my
diet. I had the tests and no longer carry or have any active MRSA in
my body and I want to keep it that way. I've had the benefit of being
in contact with someone who knew MRSA kills. In order for it to grow
and kill it needs an low ph body. A single Soda a day sends the MRSA
into overdrive. Sugar is a killer. Check into a high ph diet. Lots
of leafy greens. This has kept the MRSA from being able to grow on or
in my body. Also the sore was healed even with a deep wound with the
help of a body wash of Sea Salt and Honey. Just my two bits of
information.
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Reply #17 by Kay
Posted: July 22, 2011 at 11:00
My husband contracted MRSA a few months ago and continues to get boils and random swellings in odd parts of his body---lips, tongue, bottom of foot, and thumb. Anyone out there have this problem? The doctors really don't want to admit the swellings are connected to MRSA, but they began after he contracted MRSA.
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Reply #18 by Penny
Posted: November 8, 2011 at 20:05
I had a Boil on my foot. I first went to the Doctor last Thursday, she said it was a fungal infection to use Lamisil and it should go away. I talked her into Keeflex for Skin infection but she never said a word about MRSA. Then it got bigger and the pressure was to hard to bear. So, I went to ER on Saturday. They lanced it, xrayd for bone infection which was negative, and sent culture off... I have not yet received the results. My question is, if it is MRSA, which it probably is, should I be concerned about it spreading to blood or lungs/mucus? Should I insist on Blood and Sputum cultures? I have not been feeling well in general, no fever I don't think unless it is low grade. And the malaise could be caused by antibiotic. I just want to be safe. What are the odds of it passing thrgough to blood or lungs and other areas?
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Reply #19 by Emory
Posted: February 13, 2012 at 23:09
I have treated 100's cases involving MRSA; most commonly in my
immunocompromise patient population (diabetics).
Most of these infections could be prevented with good skin hygiene.
Unfortunately some of the patients developed severe wounds, leading to
hospitalization, sepsis, and death from MRSA complication.

I developed a simple topical lotion with anntimicrobial properties to assist my
patients with their skin hygiene needs.

Www.silvaguardlotion.com

Www.silvaguardlotion.com


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