Question by  tawillers (22)

Can MRSA cause vaginitis?


Answer by  Stacia (91)

Yes, MRSA can cause vaginitis. It is common for MRSA to colonize in the groin. As a result, the bacteria can colonize in the vagina and cause redness, swelling, and severe itching. This is a very serious type of infection and can be treated with very strong antibiotics like Flagyl.


Answer by  mturkuser (216)

Yes MRSA can cause vaginitis. The moist warm area in your genitials is optimal for growth of MRSA. MRSA is extremely resistant to antibiotics,so it is important to be hygenic.


Answer by  Slide (87)

Yes, MRSA can colonise and infect the vagina, although it is more commonly found in the nostrils, respiratory and urinary tracts, and open wounds. MRSA vaginitis starts off as vaginal inflammation, which causes severe itching and discharge. It is potentially serious because MRSA is highly resistant to standard antibiotics.


Answer by  sc1234 (1319)

Unfortunately the answer is yes, as MRSA can really affect you almost anywhere. MRSA is an aggressive bacterial infection that is highly resistant to antibiotics, and if your vagina is infected then it can cause vaginitis.


Answer by  SIDDHU (861)

Yes MRSA can cause vaginitis leading to inflammation of the vagina which in turn results in discharge. This is a severe bacterial infection sometimes leading to sever itching of private parts and in some cases it becomes red and swollen. MRSA infectins are on the rise and sometimes if it is severe there is danger.

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