Last mo. I went in for a biopsy and two days later, ended up in the hospital with MRSA. I went through the Vancomyacin and home on Clyndomiacin which I had a horrid reaction to. Full body rash with hives and blisters and two weeks of peeling like I had a severe suburn. I am schedule dto go in for surgery on the 16th of Sept and am wondering if the chances are higher of me getting MRSA again. I am scared to death. I am still dealing with the issues of horrid itching, etc., in the vaninal area and groin. I use hibacleanse, tea tree oil and melaluca for the antibacterial washing and bathing. Should there be any precautions that I take, prior to surgery. My hybby had his nose swabbed and had MRSA there. We did the ten day ointment thingy and he is now clear. Thank God. I sure don't want to go through this again but from what I hear and what I have read here, my chances are higher. I am just too danged old (65) to be going through all of this at his stage of my life. I had HepC for 30 years and 5 years ago, went through the Pegasys/Copegus and Ribavirin treatment and cleared. Doing this though, shot down my auto immune system and now I feel like I have something lurking around every corner. I hope I hear from someone here. Thanks
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