Infection by the staphylococcus bacterium is referred to as a staph infection. The bacterium is usually found to normally occur in the nasal passages or skin of even healthy individuals. Breast infections (mastitis), which may include cellulitis and abscesses, can develop 1 to 4 weeks after delivery. The area around the nipple is red and painful. Abscesses often release large numbers of bacteria into the mother’s milk. The bacteria may then infect the nursing infant.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, better known as MRSA, is an antibiotic-resistant infection that often presents as a skin rash. A MRSA rash occurs when the Staphylococcus bacteria infect the skin, which is one of the most common sites of MRSA infections. This type of rash may appear different in different people; common variations include the appearance of boils, abscesses, impetigo, and a general reddening of the skin.
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