How to distinguish an MRSA infection from a rash?
Sometimes people mistake an MRSA infection as a rash. To prevent this from happening, you should keep an eye on your rash.
A rash refers to the areas with a reddish color on your skin. If you find that the reddish areas are widespread, you should be on alert.
Try touching the affected areas. If they are warm and painful, and if the areas spread fast, see a doctor as soon as possible because it may be an MRSA infection.
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