Would Antibiotics For A Kidney Infection Work For A Bad Skin Burn

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I got hot wax spilled on me from one of those wax burners that you plug in and makes your house smell amazing. Well it has burned my skin pretty bad in a few different spots causing bleeding, scabing and greenish/yellow nasty odor discharge. I have been cleaning it with peroxide and putting triple antibiotic cream but have some leftover and a refill for more of these h49 pills. Will they help with the skin infection to get better and not worse?



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Verwon Says:

To be honest, while the antibiotic may help, it is really time to see your doctor.

While I'm fairly certain an antibiotic may help, there's a chance that you don't have enough to full eradicate this infection.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea.

It would be best to discover the precise bacteria that is causing the infection, to ensure you are taking the appropriate antibiotic, for the proper duration.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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