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Posted 19 May 2013 by • 19 answers
I apply antifungal cream and powder daily also triple antibiotic when the blisters pop but nothing seems to give. When they pop the blisters fill up with more fluid and then more blisters appear. One blister popped and as I lifted up the skin to see inside it was like a deep cutt. I cant afford to ...
Posted 9 Sep 2013 by • 3 answers
My cousin has weeping leg edema, very painful, and his internist diagnosed it as cellulitis - He is 79 yrs old with emphysema - and not improving on an antibiotic - Is there a specialist he can see for this condition
Posted 20 Mar 2013 by • 3 answers
I had my yearly physical exam about 2 months ago and was told after having blood work, my thyroid levels were low. I was prescribed Levothyroxine. I also took a multivitamin containing 600mg of Calcium, along with 5,000IU of vitamin D. I was unaware of the warning not to take Calcium & Iron ...
Posted 2 Mar 2010 by • 1 answer
I was diagnosed with cellulitis on 1/29/10 and have been on the generics for Keflex and Bactrim DS since that time, today is 3/2/10. The infection started in my right leg and they put me off work a week at a time with the exception of 2 days a week that I worked graveyard with little standing. The ...
Posted 26 Oct 2012 by • 10 answers
Given Augmentin ES-600 for 10 days for Cellulitis in lower leg; now have changed Antibiotics and have had severe pain in both knees in all positions. Is the knee pain from the Augmentin??
Posted 22 Mar 2010 by • 1 answer
Posted 9 Aug 2016 by • 3 answers
I've went to the doctor last Sunday (July 31st) and have been taking antibiotics for the past 10 days (still taking them) and I just got my recheck today (August 9th). I feel way much better. No pain, no fevers, etc. The abscess is really small, like dots. I asked if it was contagious when I ...
Posted 5 Aug 2010 by • 2 answers
Can I take dose for 625mg augmentin for five days twice or thrice. Its good antibiotic tables, need your expert advise,
Posted 5 Aug 2014 by • 1 answer
I will be taking bactrim tablets, twice a day, for a week. Because it's an antibiotic, I'm not supposed to drink, my birth control pill isn't effective, etc. Basically I just want to know when the stuff will be out of my system so I don't have to be so careful and what not
Posted 23 Nov 2015 by • 1 answer
I have been taking Amoxicillin (500 mg every 8 hours) for one year with no stop time as far as I know. The drug is used to prevent repeated cellulitis in my legs which have led to sepsis. I have chronic pedal edema in my legs due to Noonan's Syndrome. I was hospitalized seven times between ...
Posted 3 Dec 2017 by • 1 answer
If I have an area on my skin with staph is it okay to use both
Posted 5 Sep 2016 by • 2 answers
I am taking Bactrim DS 800-160 twice a day for an infection in my finger. Can I take benadryl with this medication
Posted 27 Jan 2017 by • 1 answer
I am diabetic. I got severe hives with penicillin that even left bruises
Posted 16 Sep 2010 • 3 answers
Taken at least 6 rounds of Levaquin since the end of March for cellulitis. My ankle has been painful and swollen on the inside and top of my foot. Do I need to see a doc? Or can I treat it like I would a sprained ankle ( i.e. splint/ace bandage,rest,ice,etc..)
Posted 21 Dec 2010 by • 1 answer
I am taking a med. called Keflex
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