I have mrsa to, you never know when something is going to happen. You might think you have a spider bite and the next thing you know you have a hole in your leg. I have had to watch my body, I often shower with antibacterial soaps, harder on the skin but I prefer lotion over antibiotics, pain and creams. Recently I was amazed to find out that I know more about
mrsa than my local health department and ER. Our home town ER is fairly useless unless you need something stitched or a transfer to somewhere that does know what they are doing :) There is a theory out there, that for some people it actually colonizes and sits around waiting for a chance to attack. Some people are lucky to have been cured with their antibiotic others wont.
I had IV therapy at home with a pic line, but still have outbreaks.
It is always changing as they learn more about
it. One common suggestion is to up your zinc intake? It can't hurt, it is cold season.
I do sympathize and hope you can keep the outbreaks at bay! I try to keep up with what the CDC says.
The best of luck. Do you have many polka dots as well?
Have you tried the cream *runs to the bathroom to check the name* Mupirocin. Totally topical, makes me sneeze a little in the nose.