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Staph Infection

Also called: Staph, Staphylococcal Infection,

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Try using nair .
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You can mow your lawn or exercise while under treatment for a Staph infection. It will not be a problem.
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Staph, like a skin infection, is technically contagious, but a urinary tract infection (caused by Staph) is NOT contagious.....you cannot...
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What "area" are we talking about here? I am not a fan of squeezing Staph infections or self-surgery, since this can potentially spread the...
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Impetigo is the disease. Staph (or Staphylococcus) is the one of the bacteria types that can cause impetigo (the other is Strep).
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Hi With all these problems, you would be best top go see your doctor, let him do some tests and take it from there.Good Luck
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Staph or Staphylococcus is a type of bacteria commonly found on the skin. There are several different types.
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A Staph infection in the testicle area is painful in itself, let alone have an abscess surgically lanced. I have done this procedure on a number of...
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Staph is contagious by DIRECT CONTACT, so if the Staph skin infection is on the mouth....or the genitals, it can be transmitted by contact with those...
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Yes, Bactrim is not effective against Group A beta Streptococcus.
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I wish that I could address your question, but without the ability to see your infection first-hand, I would only be making a blind guess (not...
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Yes. Staph can normally appear ON the skin, but when you pick at it, you OPEN the skin and allow surface Staph to go deeper and cause an infection.
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It will need to be treated with an appropriate course of antibiotics.....
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As long as the cut is cared for (you mentioned that it was covered), you are very unlikely to spread the infection to your friend's baby (or...
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