I must be honest, I don't fully understand the question. Prostatatitis is caused by a bacterial infection (but not in all cases). Vancomycin is an antibiotic that is used to fight bacterial infections. With regards to MRSA. MRSA is resistant to a number of antibiotics i.e certain antibiotics do not work against MRSA. However it is not resistant to Vancomycin (there are a few cases where it is). If you have been prescribed Vancomycin it is usually because a urine test found which bacterium is causing your condition and therefore which antibiotic is the best to treat your condition. With regards to dosage I cannot comment you will have to discuss that with a Dr or pharmacist.
I hope this helps. Take care
Vancomycin can be used to treat MRSA.
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