Abscess formation osteomyelitis

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Avatar f tn Now lips and chin number. On 2 antiobiotics since original opening of abscess--Flagyl and Clindomycin. Area of abscess better but pain in face and numbers lingers on. Have felt very sick. WBC was normal but this was after many days on antibiotic. Sed rate high. Went to dentist first who thought it was salivary gland infection-def not a tooth. Went to ENT and she said not salivary gland. They could see infected area.
Avatar m tn MRI report suggested of infective etiology-osteomyelitis with abscess formation. All these happened in mumbai. After that i had to come to my home(Delhi). Here also i consulted doctors, first i took augmentin duo 1000mg for seven days with pain killer and b complex. nothing happened the i went to ganga ram hospital.where the doctor drained out the some pus accumulated over the region through injection and sent that to microbiology laboratory test.
Avatar m tn Hi, I posted a few weeks ago. I'm 35 yrs old, 4 years ago I had my upper right first molar re-filled after the filling broke, and ever since then (on and off) I've had severe pain issues spreading to my right maxillary sinus and jaw, and sometimes down the front of my neck. Right now the area just above and behind the tooth in question is very painful to the touch, and I have pain spreading. I plan to go to a university emergency clinic as soon as I can.
Avatar f tn A doctor examined me, noted severe infection/abscess, I had slightly elevated white blood cell count at this point, and she put me on cefdinir for 30 days. This helped diminish lump, but infection still spread, jaw became increasingly sore, and fever/malaise worsened into flu-like feeling but I had no respiratory symptoms.
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Avatar n tn of 2010, I was under the knife AGAIN to remove that infection and formation of blood clots. During my stint in the hospital in Oct. of 2010, I was getting out of bed for the first time after surgery and realized that I had no use of my right leg at all. I had to drag my leg behind me while using a walker to be able to be moblie. As time passed and after many stints in physical therapy, I strengthened my right leg enough to be able to begin using a cane in the spring of 2011.