I have been diagnosed with mrsa. Been getting cyst like boils all over. Now I feel something on my right ovary. The bump is barley noticeable to the touch but its kind of sore when I touch it. Could this be connected to mrsa? I'm on antibiotics right now, and got 4 boils lanced and packed. I have to go back to get the packing removed and to get them stitched up.
If I'm not mistaken MRSA is only on your skin and in your nose. I don't think it could be on your ovary. I would think that was an ovarian cyst most likely. I would definetly ask the Dr that is treating you for the MRSA to make sure. I know that it spreads fast and it's something that will always live dormant in your body if you don't have an active outbreak.
Best of luck to you! I hope it clears up fast.
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