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Cellulitis is a common bacterial skin infection. Cellulitis may first appear as a red, swollen area that feels hot and tender to the touch. In most cases, the skin on your lower legs is affected, although the infection can occur anywhere on your body or face.
What Is Cellulitis?
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12 Jun Examples include periorbital and orbital cellulitis (around the eye socket), buccal (cheek) cellulitis, facial cellulitis, and perianal cellulitis.
Description:Some people experience a slight worsening of the reddening of the skin at the start of antibiotic treatment, which usually subsides within a couple of days. Typically, the laboratory will have preliminary results within 48—72 hours if there are many bacteria present. Trim your fingernails and toenails carefully. Do this gently as part of your normal bathing. Necrotizing fasciitis is an example of a deep-layer infection. Once the final culture results have returned, your physician may change the antibiotic you are taking, especially if the infection is not improving. You have a red, swollen, tender rash or a rash that's changing rapidly You have a fever See your doctor, preferably that day, if: