Thursday, April 27, 2017

CRAZY FACE INFECTION (Staph on face)






Staph, the saga

                                                      Day 0
This is what I look like when my face isnt rotting off. 


                                                      Day 1
I have a date this night so of course a pimple shows up out of nowhere. Its making my jaw swell which is weird but Ive had cystic acne before, NBD. 


                                                    Day 2
This freaking pimple is driving me crazy. 

                                                       Day 2
I take a picture to send to my sister. At this point she is concerned but Im all, "IM not going to the doctor for a pimple."

                                                       Day 2
Tried to pop it, only blood came out. 


                                       Day 2 in the late night hours
POPPING WAS A GREAT SUCCESS, JUST KIDDING THIS IS WHERE IT WENT DOWNHILL FAST. 


                                                   Day 3
Huh... That looks kind of weird... Maybe this was a spider bite... 

                                                  Day 3
After I got off work it was starting to look really bad..At this point Ive resolved to maybe see a doctor. 

                                         Day 3 in the late late night
I started running fever and my lymph nodes were getting swollen. 

                                                        Day 3

                                                      Day 4
Yeah lets go see a doctor.....


                                                       Day 4
Post Dr. appointment. Its MRSA and they were not pleased that I tried to pop it... They gave me 3 prescriptions to clear this puppy up. 

                                                    Day 5
This is today... Ive started the treatment, but my LORD. 

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 Staph - Staphylococcus is a very common bacterium in our life. Most of us are temporary or permanent carriers of staphylococcal bacteria in the nose. However, they do not cause problems until a combination of unsanitary conditions, unhealthy food and overcrowding. Staphylococcus is usually infected in hospitals, possibly due to overcrowding in chambers and the intake of low-calorie food. This infection of the body leads to impetigo (skin rash, common in children), furunculosis, carbuncles, barley, and sometimes as a complication after eczema, scabies and lice.
Infection with staphylococcus usually occurs with skin damage. Under the microscope, staphylococci appear as ordered groups resembling bunches of grapes. The diagnosis is made using a smear analysis, taken with a conventional swab from the throat. In the fight against staphylococcal infections, penicillin was previously used, but now most of the staphylococci are not susceptible to this antibiotic. Therefore, within 10 days it is recommended to take other drugs. I believe that antibiotics should not be used too often, and staphylococcal infections can be cured with great patience and the medicines presented below.

  Staphylococcal infection is very common. In the United States, between 5 and 9% of the population suffer from it every year. Especially often, its victims are young children and young people.
The greatest concern is the transmission of staphylococcal infection by contact. Any carrier of any form of staphylococcus must exclude the use of baths and bathing in public places and, in contact with other people, must isolate their affected skin areas. Especially it concerns children who often touch each other. Use separate towels, bath accessories, clothes, etc.
Despite the fact that staphylococcus is noticeable on the skin, it is also a systemic disease. It penetrates the bloodstream, often causing fever and swelling of the glands. In this regard, for best results, it should be treated both externally and internally. In some cases, staphylococcal infections are caused by the storage of food without a refrigerator. If meat and dairy products are stored without a refrigerator or left without it for the night, infectious agents enter them; There they multiply rapidly and release a toxic toxin that does not break down during cooking during cooking. Protein deficiency can also lead to an increase in susceptibility to this bacterium, which makes it truly a common disaster among vegetarians. Staphylococcal infections are also common among people who have avitaminosis, especially the lack of B vitamins.

   Another risk factor is contamination. Cleanliness can promote the prevention of staphylococcus aureus.

In the treatment of staphylococcal infections, the following methods were effectively used.

   External methods of treatment of staphylococcal infections (Staph)
Hot poultices. The most important thing is to keep the ulcers clean, open and dry. People who live without running water and are experiencing difficulties in providing normal living conditions are often exposed to infections. But for the process of treatment they are vital.
 Take hot baths or make sterile compresses on the affected area at least 3 times a day for 15 minutes. Add at least 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar to the bath water or 2 tablespoons to a glass of water for poultices. If the condition improves, the number of baths can be reduced to two, then to one per day and stop them if the symptoms of staphylococcal infections are completely eliminated. After the bath, make sure your nails are clean. Then look at the ulcers. Remove the unhealthy scabs that are a haven for staphylococcal bacteria. Gently remove all pus from the ulcers, using a gauze swab. Wash all dishes and bath with bleach, lysol or a good disinfectant, and also wash your hands thoroughly with soap. Change your clothes daily. Then, use one of the following methods.

   Comfrey officinalis. Effective in the treatment of staphylococcal infections, as it draws infectious diseases. This is the most common remedy for staphylococcus aureus.
Burdock. Use the leaves and apply as in the case with the comfrey. Burdock is also a good drawer for the treatment of skin diseases. Burdock can be used in combination with a comfrey leaf in equal proportions of each of them.
  Bacitracin or neosporin. Some cases of staphylococcal infections are too neglected to respond adequately to herbal therapy. Do not torture yourself. A protracted fight against an infectious disease will reduce the resistance of your body much faster than the use of an antibiotic ointment. Both ointments are used as a means of local treatment and are sold in most pharmacies without a prescription. Apply ointment on ulcers 1 3 times a day after poultices. Continue to use other means.