The MRSA infection bacteria is a highly drug resistant version of the staphylococcus aureus found on the skin of most people at some point in their lives. Here are some of the questions we are often asked about what some call merca, mursa or mercer infection. Use the comments section below to ask your question.
The Most Common Questions About MRSA.
How do you know you have MRSA - MRSA Symptoms
What actually is the MRSA infection - What is MRSA?
A friend has MRSA or you have it - Is MRSA Contagious?
4 treatments you might need - MRSA Treatment
How serious is the infection - Can you die from MRSA?
Is MRSA the only staph infection - Other staph infections
How do you actually catch the infection - Find the MRSA facts
How quickly does it make you sick - Is there an MRSA incubation period?
The cause of the infection - MRSA Virus or MRSA Bacteria?
What is the link between flu, MRSA and pneumonia - MRSA pneumonia
Understanding your skin infection - MRSA Rash
How Do You Catch MRSA?
Protecting yourself when friends have an infection - MRSA exposure
Why do I keep getting reinfected - Chronic MRSA
Catching MRSA - not sick yet - MRSA colonization
MRSA carriers - Does it always make you ill
Will sex mean my partner gets the infection - MRSA Sex
Can I get it from skin contact? - MRSA skin infection
Preventing infection - MRSA precautions you can take
MRSA Treatment – A Short Guide
When your doctor needs MRSA guidance - The official USA guidelines