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Since I've had brain surgery years ago, then a brain bleed recently, it makes it hard for me to separate what's going on and what is coming from what. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
You need to check what is causing this. If antibiotics have not worked then there is a chance that this is caused by yeast and this would need to be checked and confirmed. If it is caused by Malasezzia Pityrosporum yeast then antibiotics will be of no use and may even make it worse. Bacteria and yeasts compete for space on your skin so if you are killing the bacteria with antibiotics then the yeast is able to grow with even more ease.
It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your dermatologist. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
indeed a few days before the spots appeared i had eaten a basketful of the hotest hot wings Buffalo wild wings makes and was left stranded for a good while by my waitress with out napkins or drink lol. so leave it to me to be a hypocondract (suck at spelling i know) so ill keep posted if this turns out to be correct.
They present as pimples or pustules located around a hair follicle that may crust over. Topical antiseptic treatment is adequate for most cases. Topical antibiotics such as mupirocin or neomycin containing ointment can be applied on the lesions. Some patients may require a course of oral antibiotics to help bring about a resolution. ref:http://en.wikipedia.
When I first started shaving, at about age sixteen, I was unable to shave every day due to razor irritation and, in fact, still can't shave every day with a bladed razor, but can with an electric, though I am not sure if this is significant. My wife has had, for years, the same problem, but all over her body, most common on her arms and legs. Although her "infected follicles" do seem to be worse and last longer, seemingly healing more slowly.
Hi, It is good that your viral culture was negative. If you have doubts with this test, a blood testing antibodies to the herpes simplex virus may be done. Otherwise, this could be an inflammation of the hair follicles or folliculitis. Symptoms usually present as rash, pimple or pustules located around a hair follicle that may crust over. This typically occur on neck, axilla, or groin area and may be present as genital lesions.There may be associated itching present.
I have not had a new sexual partner since. A week ago she was experiencing some discomfort after sex (which is very normal for her; she has endometriosis) anyways, she has constantly had this kind of pain, and long story short she had a whole list of tests done: urine tests, pregnancy tests, bloods test, STD tests, the overall readout she was clean. So that means she doesn't have an STD, and I was given a clean bill before we got together. I know she has been faithful...
It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
Azithromycin (250mg + 500mg) ineffective Cephalexin (500 mg) temporarily effective Augmentin (875-125mg) temporarily effective Mupirocin (topical) helped earlier on, now ineffective Altabax (topical) strongly allergic and made condition worse Fluocinolone acetone (topical) ineffective Clindamycin (topical) ineffective Doxycycline HYC (100mg) temporarily effective Bactrim temporarily effective Cloderm (topical) helps in the short run Eurax ineffective (and currently) Duac, Differin, Minocyline
As the title says... "What is this big zit-like swell in the inner-thigh near the pubis?" I have a photo also for more "visual aid"... I woke up this morning and realized I had that. Some puss came out of it. I am also wondering : -How long will it take for it to go away? -Is it just a "normal" zit? -Will it come back after it goes away? -Should I worry about having more appear in the next couple of days?
The physician could not tell whether it was a bite, but was more concerned that it might be community-based MRSA and gave me a prescription for Mupirocin. I went to a dermatologist on Monday and again she was not sure what it was. The first lesion is nearly healed, but I've had about 3 others appear on the same arm which are healing. Yesterday I discovered a larger lesion, which was scaly, circular with the small hole in it.
I went to my doctor some years ago and I was told it is a form of acne and completely harmless. She said not to pop them that they will either pop on there own or just go away. It is caused from heat and moisture, so they are like heat bumps and acne. So dont worry, you'll be ok. Unfortunately there isnt any treatment for them especially being in the genitals area you really cant put any creams down there.
Hi, Well it sounds like it could be a sebaceous cyst or a ganglion cyst from what you describe. Usually they go away on their own, unless they cause pain and then they need to be removed by a doctor. There's not really any certain thing that causes them, such as masturbation or having sex and there's really no cause for concern unless it starts pussing or becomes painful - then I'd see a doctor about it.
Hello, You can use the antibiotic cream that your dermatologist has prescribed. Basically folliculitis is caused by a bacterial infection and hence the antibiotic cream will decrease the symptoms. You can use the warm compresses and warm water and also apply some antiseptics on the boils and infected hair follicles. If the cases are very severe then oral course of antibiotics may be needed. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
I seem to have some very light jock itch and athlete's foot right now too...my skin *****! Does anyone know what is causing these symptoms to occur for such a long period of time? Yes, I shower right after I exercise... See attached picture to see what my chest looked like.
Whatever is going on, it isn't an STD--which is my only area of expertise. Given what your many doctors have told you, I have to assume nothing abnormal is present.
the one on the bottom of my testcle sack i have had for about a week now it started out the size of a rice grain and now its about the size of a dime looks like a boil to me and its paintful to touch just as an ingrown hair is. . idk if i have caught something or what and would love to have another persons input on what this may be.... please respond to this post giving any suggestions you have here is an image of the thing on my testicle sack.... http://geocities.com/kknown22/image001.
Ive had a red postule that is maybe half a centimeter in diameter for three months now in my pubic area. I originally thought that it was just an ingrown hair but i could never fish out any hair, ive tried to find any hair and there is nothing there. Also, it fills up with pus. It hasn't really gotten any bigger and it is the only one that i have. It doesn't hurt too much unless it rubs against something hard or i pop it.
ps i was never circumcised, and never had a problem, my hygene is good. can you throw any light on my problem, iam 48 and never had this before.
Sonie...what is it they are suggesting you do...what are they saying they intend to do to help you fight this stuff? They have to have some sort of plan.....are you still at home? I Googled MRSA.... seems on 3/16/06 the FDA fast tracked a drug....Cerexa (PDI-0903) for treatmend of MRSA. I don't know if this info will help, but at least it gives you a question to ask of your treating physician. Why did you mention the clinic in Cleveland...was it suggested as a place for you to go for treatment?
All I want to know is could it sound like folliculitis??? Maybe even what type of Folliculitis? I'm kinda freaking out so any knowledgeable response is welcome. And I have a derm appt in 2 weeks. here are the links to 3 other pics. http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b138/rryderz4/0331091622b.jpg http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b138/rryderz4/0331091622a.jpg http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b138/rryderz4/0331091622.
For the past 1 1/2 to 2 wks my scalp has been itching more than usual for me. My granddaughter had spent the night w/me and she'd had lice, but had "treatments for it". So I thought I got lice from her. So I had my daughter look at my head. She said all she saw was tiny red smooth dots all over my scalp and told me she thought it was chiggers. Later on, my brother looked and told me they were smooth, tiny red dots too, but said they were not chiggers.
the only thing i'm kind of worried about is that no one has the exact diagnosis for what is going around here. And I don't really like to take too many drugs in my system. Well thanks a lot. I'll post again if it clears up in a week and runs hopefully its course.
So I had this same problem for two months. It was really frustrating. After trying many, many things, this is what worked for me. I purchased tea tree oil. I applied it over area under and around nose 3 times a day for 2 days. This cleared up the infection (or infestation if it was mites) Then I was left with really dry peeling skin that became angry and sore when I peeled it away. I put Carmex on my nose all day on day 3 and overnight. I refrained from peeling away the dead skin.
so sorry only read your question, people have answered This is odd, on the same page as your question is an ad for Kanka for mouth sores. That is spooky to me. Are ads put up based on what we are talking about?
A topical antibiotic cream, mupirocin (Bactroban®), has been effective at reducing bacterial colonization in the nostrils. It is applied twice daily for a week and is repeated every 6 months. Apply calamine lotion at the site of the lesions and see if it helps. You could take some oral antihistamine medications like cetrizine or loratadine. You need to maintain a good personal hygiene .
It may be due to poor personal hygiene or minor trauma to the skin allowing bacteria to invade, use of antiperspirant deodorants, use of strong drugs which may hamper the immunity or a diabetic patient, Warm compresses may help, antibiotics like topical ones like Mupirocin are used sometimes, good hygiene, no picking or compressing and zinc supplements may help.
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