You would have to have a culture and sensitivity done. Each strain of bacteria is different. A sensitivity would tell your doctor which antibiotic would be best for your infection. There are antibiotics that MRSA is susceptible to, and it really depends also on where the infection is. Do not try to home treat this, it could result in severe consequences.
by Marisa Hammond Olivares2 years ago
Have you or someone you know ever been infected with the MRSA bacteria?What was the final outcome? What treatments were used?
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What causes a MRSA bacterial infection and how can it be cured?
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Have you ever heard of MRSA?I am a Registered Nurse, and one of the questions I must ask patients upon admission to the hospital is if they have MRSA. A lot of them reply, "What's that?" I am interested in...
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