User Reviews for Bacitracin/neomycin/polymyxin b
Also known as: Medi-Quik, Mycitracin Triple Antibiotic, Neosporin, Septa, Tribiotic Plus, Triple Antibiotic
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Reviews for Bacitracin/neomycin/polymyxin b to treat Bacterial Skin Infection
Review by ES9:
Neosporin (bacitracin / neomycin / polymyxin b): I use it on cuts and scrapes for the whole family and it significantly contributes to healing with no side effects. We only apply it a couple times a day, for just a few days.
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May 13, 2013 1:18 AM
Review by mycellulitis:
Neosporin (bacitracin / neomycin / polymyxin b): I had burned my arm with a curling iron on Saturday and within a week I had put Neosporin on at least 8 times a day to keep my burn moist and I was also using bandages to help keep it on during work and at bed time. My arm had become swollen and it itched a lot. I thought the itching was due to it healing. I decided to go the doctor due to the swelling. The swelling was approximately two inches by three inches. Well come to find out I was using too much Neosporin and using it longer than you should. The doctor said I have Cellulitis and I have to take the antibiotic Keflex for 10 days to get rid of it. Always see the doctor first.
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October 3, 2011 9:33 PM
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