I have MRSA in my right ear and have no idea how i got it or how 2 get rid of it.
How do people get MRSA?
- 6 Jun 2011 by daygonsmom
- 25 May 2014
- methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus infection
MRSA is a bacterial infection that is highly resistant to some antibiotics.
Have you been in hospital recently? It is often acquired after surgery or a stay in a hospital. If not you may have acquired it from somewhere in your community eg. a daycare facility or a gym. The bacteria can cause infection when they enter the body through a cut or sore.
For detailed information on the causes of MRSA and its treatment see:
First off sorry that you have it, and don't know how you got it. Have you been in the hospital recently, it is a lot of times contracted there It is a methicillin resistant staphylococcus infection, caused by bacteria. It is resistant to antibiotics. There is something that cures it though it sounds very weird crushed raw garlic will kill it. For more info please check out www.gourmetgarlicgardens.com
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