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I'm sorry to hear about this
There should not be any long lasting implications from this infection, and now that she is on the proper antibiotics it should be treated permanently
Since she is so young , her cells still regenerate quickly
So there should not be anything to worry about
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Yes that is good news. How do you think she would have gotten this infection? And after the antibiotics are done do you think I will be able to go back to letting her use bubble bath and regular soaps, etc.?
Staph is present on a lot of surfaces,so it may be due to porr hygiene, or just bad luck
Yes, she can use bubble baths and regular soaps after it is treated
And one last question.. Is this infection related to MRSA? That is the only thing I can seem to find when I google it
MRSA is a type of staph bacteria, if it was not identified as MRSA then this is not related to it
The culture just said "light growth of staphylococcus aureus"
Then it is not MRSA
Okay well thank you very much for your help. It has cleared up a few things I was worried about. Thanks
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