Ah, probably that we can get caught up with it and spend too much time on the internet. Time seems to slip by very quickly when I am on the internet.
MRSA stands for methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus. We all have bacteria all over our skin and in our intestines as well as several other areas of the body. We do have staphylococcus aureus as well as other bacteria on our skin, but some people have a type resistant to an antibiotic called methicillin. This is MRSA. This bacteria can … Read more
I assume you are referring to third spacing of fluids. Sometimes, doctors wait and let the body work things out on their own. A common treatment is albumin. It is given intravenously and it is a protein. It helps to pull fluids back into the blood vessels and helps to raise blood pressure. Often when patients do too much third … Read more
Unfortunately, sometimes it can be a fungal infection. Is it in all your toenails? If it is one or two toenails, I would think about if you have injured your foot. Sometimes, we injure our foot and it can make us prone to getting a fungal infection. If it is all or most of your toenails, it is difficult … Read more
Because it covers the most surface area....It is an organ even though many people overlook it, but organ has a loose term. I believe it is defined as a group of cells working together. This does fit the description of skin.
A disease caused by a parasite that is transmitted by a specific type of mosquito. So, you get the parasite when bitten by a mosquito. The mosquitoes that transmit the parasite live in tropical areas. This disease lives in your red blood cells in your blood if you get it and it causes fever, chills, weight loss, etc. It … Read more
I think whiteboys is correct. Often, it is from lack of control. It is important to try to come up with a plan to tackle certain obstacles or problems. This can help lessen stress and when it is something absolutely out of your control, which many problems are out of your control. Try to find activities to lessen stress … Read more
Often it is best to get drops, because it will go directly to the source of the problem. Sometimes, doctors will give bactrim for example for pink eye or other oral medications. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't help. Either way, pink eye can clear up on its own, but I think seeing a doctor and getting … Read more
Green discharge from a vagina is not normal. This person needs to go to the doctor to get antibiotics. Where are the boils? Boils are a skin infection with bacteria. If it is just on a arm or leg, apply a warm compress and topical antibiotics. If it doesn't clear up or start improving within several days, then a doctor … Read more
The big symptoms with undiagnosed diabetes that people experience is drinking a lot, urinating a lot, and eating a lot. Even though people may be consuming a lot of calories, it isn't uncommon for the person to experience weight loss.