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What are Signs of Staff Infection?

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I think you might mean a staph infection. Staph is short for staphylococcal disease. A staph infection can look like a boil, or abscess and can be red, swollen and painful. You can also have drainage or pus seeping from the affected area. See your
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1. Check the hair follicles. Staff infection may cause white pus-filled bumps on the hair follicles. Theses are itchy and often form in shaved areas or in areas that clothing rubs
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it's actually called a MRSA Staph Infection, meaning that the bacteria is Methycillin Resistant Staphylcoccus Aurelious. (resistant to many drugs)
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