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Your primary care doctor should be able to treat your cellulitis, but I do not know where your cellulitis is located nor how severe.
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YES GO BACK IMMEDIATELY!!!! i had it after a c section and it can spread to other parts of your body that are compromised. the doc will give you more...
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Hospitals and medical facilities such as rehabilitation centers treat very sick patients. These patients sometimes have serious medical conditions...
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Levaquin has a ton of negative side affects.....I would stay away from it....
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Based on your vague description, cellulitis would be low on the possibility list. The penis is covered by skin, and the skin can have multiple pimple...
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Just opinion here but maybe it's not bacterial or maybe it's MRSA?  Have to consider viral or fungal infection. If so then antibiotics...
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I had cellulitis of my right ear once in March and again in July 2013.  had red ear & a sore on antitragus( crease part on ear).  Was...
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No. Cold are blowing on a body part will just make that part cold. It will not cause an infection.
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I'm sorry to hear this. Cellulitis can be very painful.I hope you're under the care and treatment of a doctor because cellulitis requires...
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The majority of cellulitis infections are caused by either strep (Streptococcus) or staph (Staphylococcus) bacteria.The most common bacteria that...
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Cellulitis may occur anywhere on the body, but the lower leg is the most common site of the infection (particularly in the area of the tibia or...
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Cellulitis is a bacterial infection of the skin and tissues beneath the skin. Cellulitis usually begins as a small area of tenderness, swelling, and...
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The signs of cellulitis include redness, warmth, swelling, and pain in the involved tissues. Any skin wound or ulcer that exhibits these signs may be...
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First, it is crucial for the doctor to distinguish whether or not the inflammation is due to an infection. The history and physical exam can provide...
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Cellulitis is not contagious because it is an infection of the skin's deeper layers (the dermis and subcutaneous tissue), and the skin's top layer...
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