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February 8th, 2017, 04:29 AM
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I had my 3rd c section on December 24th and on Jan 24th I noticed some difference on the c section incision. There was boil or abscess and swelling below the skin. It got broken and started draining some fluid. Gynaec dressed the wound and asked to dress daily and gave amox antibiotics. As there was no improvement I went to see another gynaec who did a culture of the pus and came out that its Mrsa positive. Later started taking ciprofloxacin as per culture result and applied mupirocin and dressed the wound. After 5 days also wound has not dried. So met a surgeon who cleaned the wound again and also told one more wound is there. Continuing the antibiotics for 3 more days. Now 2 nd day found that the old wound is getting dried but new one is getting bigger. I am very much worried. My next visit is after 4 days and I m already tensed. Any one had the same experience. Please share your thoughts
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