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Query by deadlynprettyx : I was lately clinically determined to have a staph skin infection - Cipro ?
 
 

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Please read my background here first: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070816120636AA0lS3l

The doctor has concluded that the infection is a drug-resistant staph and that the Cipro may have kept it from spreading but it's still very active. He has put her on another antibiotic. (I can't remember the name exactly, something like leproquill. It's used in large doses to treat anthrax . She is taking 750 mg/day.) She will take it for 6 weeks, and if it doesn't help, they're going to amputate.

If they remove the toe, will she possibly get the staph infection in the traumatized tissue that's left? Will her chances of infection be higher than normal? What other complications does she face?

Thanks in advance, particularly to anyone with a medical background.
Thanks for your responses so far, all. According to the doc, this is the drug that Mom would've been taking as an IV, but in this dosage, he said it will penetrate the bone just as well and she won't have to have the IV ordeal. After this, that's it. There are no more antibiotics that she can take because of her allergies. We hope it takes care of the infection, but the doctor said that if it was his toe, he'd be thinking about amputation now to prepare himself. So he apparently doesn't have as much hope as we do. :( Mom told me she'd almost just skip the drug and have it removed, she's so tired of all of this. But I'm not sure she'd be better off. Thanks to all who deciphered my chicken-scratch!

 
 

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Please read my background here first: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070816120636AA0lS3l

The doctor has concluded that the infection is a drug-resistant staph and that the Cipro may have kept it from spreading but it's still very active. He has put her on another antibiotic. (I can't remember the name exactly, something like leproquill. It's used in large doses to treat anthrax . She is taking 750 mg/day.) She will take it for 6 weeks, and if it doesn't help, they're going to amputate.

If they remove the toe, will she possibly get the staph infection in the traumatized tissue that's left? Will her chances of infection be higher than normal? What other complications does she face?

Thanks in advance, particularly to anyone with a medical background.
Thanks for your responses so far, all. According to the doc, this is the drug that Mom would've been taking as an IV, but in this dosage, he said it will penetrate the bone just as well and she won't have to have the IV ordeal. After this, that's it. There are no more antibiotics that she can take because of her allergies. We hope it takes care of the infection, but the doctor said that if it was his toe, he'd be thinking about amputation now to prepare himself. So he apparently doesn't have as much hope as we do. :( Mom told me she'd almost just skip the drug and have it removed, she's so tired of all of this. But I'm not sure she'd be better off. Thanks to all who deciphered my chicken-scratch!

 
 
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About two years ago (a little less give a month or two) I had developed lumps under my left arm and several days later they were large and I developed a fever and fell very ill. I ended up going to the ER b/c I could not lift up my arm/pain. I was hospitalized for what they found was a staph infection (non resistant to antibiotics) and they did an aspiration (spelling) b/c the abcess was large and in deep the left breast. Well, recently I had a D&C performed. About one two weeks later I developed a rash of some kind (weird looking) around the outside of my vagina. I went back to my obgyn and he took a nose swab and the vag swab. Meanwhile gave me meds to treat this as a yeast infection. He called me himself today urgently that the culture came back as staph. So now I have 10 days of Cipro to take. I am concerned that this staph had never completely lefy my body since the first time - is this possible?