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I've used Benzoyl Peroxide over the counter cream on them, but i'm not sure if it really helped or not. Could it just be a stubborn infection? Should I make an appointment with a dermatologist or is there an over the counter medication that I could try? Will I outgrow it like acne?
Topical antibiotics such as mupirocin or neomycin containing ointment are also useful. In case the symptoms persist then oral antibiotics may be needed. Please consult a dermatologist in that case. Hope it helps .Take care and please do keep us posted in case you have any additional queries. Kind regards.
It creates a large light yellow scab, then it is hard to breath, hurts and you start all over picking it off the next day, I was tired of driving down the street, trying to get the scab out for the last time. Or when I put makeup on, it shows cracks in my lower nostril.....always uncomfortable, wondering if it is cancer, very embarrassing, anyway, back to MRSA, I just dabbed a small amount of mupirocin 2% ointment prescribed by PCP, and it is gone!!!!!
Just a very sharp pain in the nose that seemed almost to be in the bone and cartilage, hurting mostly over the bridge and traveling down to the tip of the nose, as if my nose was broken. But I hadn't had any injury to my face. I've been on an antibiotic, Cephalexin, for 10 days and the pain is nearly all gone. I still feel it slightly if I push my finger into the bridge of my nose where the pain started.
What I also did though was to rub the cream all over the lower (infected) part of the outside of my nose, on the opening of each nostril and on the upper lip area. My theory was that while I was able to clear up the original infection I was continually re-infecting it from the outside. Anyway, seems to have worked. I've now been infection clear for the last week. I will continue treatment for at least another week, although now just three times a day.
I took the prescription to my local pharm, they said the cream he'd prescribed was a very very expensive prescription, and told me that the exact same thing was sold over the counter, its an antifungal cream for athletes foot and jock itch!!!!!!!!!!!! I've been using it for about 4 days now just applying it to the outside edge of my lips, and the corners.
chest. Topical Over The Counter (OTC) antifungal creams helped a little, but I found treating from the inside out by killing the fungus and boosting my immune system was the best approach. I highly recommend  Syntol by Andrew Arthur Medical to everyone fighting a fungal infection as it's an oral supplement containing many yeast digesting enzymes in addition to multiple strains of probiotic spores (spore germination = better recolonization of good bacteria).
I tried the anti-dandruff shampoo called Nizoral. It's over the counter. I put some around my eyes and burned the heck out of the skin. One time, it combined with the soap I used to wash my face (or the anti fungal stuff) and left me with a horrible red chemical burn on the skin around my eyes that lasted for several days. That was fantastic. When I arrived to see my girlfriend, I looked like walking death.
I am so glad to know that I am not the only one having this problem. I keep getting them over and over again on my bikini line. Was anyone who visited or talk to a dr/nurse given advice on preventing them?? I wonder if laser hair removal is an option. At this point, I'd go for that if it would stop these painful lumps.
Then I got a cluster of blisters on my inner thigh that would come and go over the past two years. Now I get the blisters in random symmetrical areas on my feet, legs, buttocks, stomach, and scalp. The head blisters are the worst and drive me crazy at night. I have had all the tests for gluten allergy and everything came back normal. It is so strange to me that so many people evidently have this problem and no one knows what it is.
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