MRSA

What you need to know about this recent widespread of MRSA!

Symptom of MRSA that you need to know

Most typical symptoms include: redness, swelling, tenderness, pain, a discharge of pus, some people may experience additional symptoms, such as a high temperature, and boils or large bumps. Affected areas may be warm by touch. Staph bacteria usually isn't harmful but if it gets into the blood stream it can cause serious problems. It is also possible for MRSA to get into other places of the body such as your lungs, joints, urine, and eyes. Anyone can get MRSA. You can get MRSA by touching someone or something that has the bacteria on it and then touching your skin or your nose. You can also get MRSA by using personal items of someone who has MRSA, such as towels, wash cloths, clothes or athletic equipment.