I'm no doctor, but I'm not so sure that a MRSA infection will just go away on its own. A buddy of mine fought one for better than 2 months one every kind of antibiotic there is.
Hi there, after reading your problem I'm left speechless that none of the docs seem to want to follow up the mrsa infection to see if it has settled else where, this is what it sounds like to me, an aunt of mine had very very similar aches pains and problems following mrsa and it was linked to it, I have this habit of if I can't seem to get the specialists attention putting everything in writing, I would most likely copy what you have put on here word for word and marking it private and for the attention of 'Mr .....' It usually finds it's way into their hands and they will read it, but you have to mark it Private, I hope you get this sorted, please let me know how you go, I will speak to my aunt to get some in depth details regarding her ordeal, she had to go about it by writing private to the specialist....good luck x
I am not a medical person. However, you should have them run blood work to make sure the MRSA has not traveled. I have a friend that had a low grade fever that got MRSA following a fall at work. It seemed to go away. However, about three weeks later she started having all kinds of strange problems that made no sense. It was her arm that swelled for no reason. You would have sworn she had to have taken a terrible fall. She listened to me and went to a different hospital. She wound up in their ICU for almost two weeks for it has did something and got into her blood system. It is not something to play with. Many of your symptoms sound like stuff she complained about.
I do not mean to alarm you. I pray I am wrong. But I almost lost my life-long friend. I never knew how dangerous MRSA was until then.