in General Discussion Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:48 am
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facilities that is not responsive to monotherapy. Cellulitis infection commonly affects the legs though it may occur on any part of the body. It is usually unilateral, meaning only the right or the left half of the body may be affected. Symptoms may start out as a small tender area with swelling and redness. As it develops, pain may also be experienced along with the appearance of red streaks coming from the infected area. Lymph nodes near the infected area may also start to swell. As the cellulitis infection goes deeper into the skin and enters the lymph nodes and the bloodstream, a widespread infection can cause fever, chills fatigue and muscle aches. Very rare cases of cellulitis infection may be caused by Necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh-eating bacterium that causes deep-layer infection that needs extreme Blackhead Killer and immediate medical treatment. Cellulitis infection may be categorized into types according to the body part that is infected. Types of cellulitis are facial cellulitis, breast cellulitis, orbital (eye) cellulitis, periorbital (eyelid) cellulitis, hand/arm cellulitis, perianal cellulitis and lower leg/foot cellulitis. Depending on the severity of cellulitis, self-care treatment at home and medical treatment are options. Self- medication: Resting and as much as possible immobilizing the infected area Elevating the infected area will help in reduce the swelling and irritation most especially for arm and lower leg cellulitis. Drinking plenty of water helps prevent dehydration and helps clean the body system. Over-the-counter pain killers and fever relievers to alleviate the symptoms and speed up the recovery. Medical Treatment: Staying in a hospital for

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