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Cellulitis is a common and potentially serious bacterial skin infection. The infection will penetrate beyond the epidermis and also affect the soft tissue underneath the skin. This potentially serious bacterial infection needs to be examined by a doctor. Cellulitis has the potential to spread quickly.
It is characterized by a skin that is swollen, red, and painful. About 3 million people in the United States deal with cellulitis annually. Cellulitis may appear anywhere on the body, but most commonly it will develop on the lower part of the leg. The infection will require antibiotics to clear the initial infection, and without treatment cellulitis can manifest into a life-threatening condition. Cellulitis uses resolves with treatment after a few weeks.
This potentially life threatening disease effects the skin and soft tissue. To protect yourself learn what cause cellulitis.
Only a medical professional can prescribe the necessary medication eliminate the infection from cellulitis. Once seen for symptoms, follow the doctor's recommendations to avoid serious complications from the spread of cellulitis.
As with any skin injury, keeping the area clean and free from germs is the key to avoiding infection. Learn more ways to keep skin healthy by visiting our Cellulitis Prevention page.
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