... line at home for 11 weeks now. Last week I thought I was getting a few bug bites but now that they are all over me I realize that they arent bug bites. Can this condition be caused from the Vanco?
Vancomycin - I got an MRSA infection in my great toe. I've been on Vanco 1.5grms. IV thru a PICC?
- 3 Dec 2010 by mylove4jim
- 3 Dec 2010
- infections, vancomycin, methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus infection
You need to get to your Doctor ASAP, MRSA is very, very contagious, and can envelope your entire system, you can die from this very deadly flesh eating disease, I do not want to scare you but, just the simple act of shaving your legs, can leave you more susceptible to getting another mrsa boil like , and it goes much deeper into the tissue than you see on the surface. This is not a disease to take lightly, Please get to your doctor as soon as you can or even a ER. Did they also give you a topical cream to rub into your nasal openings? Nares to be exact, as we all carry this bacteria, in our nostrils, it is just that some people are immune to it, and others are not. I have found out the hard way, once you get it, it can and does come back. If I even see what looks like a mosquito bite, I put the medication into my nares, and call the doctor so I can be seen and also get more oral medication. Let us know how you're doing, I always worry when I hear someone has MRSA, google this so you can learn all there is to know about this and how to care for yourself OK>> Be safe, see a doc, and do come back and let us know how you're feeling. God Bless midwestma
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