MRSA carrier facts and myths
One of the biggest questions I hear from people with MRSA is “will I always be a MRSA carrier?” This is an important question because a MRSA carrier can spread the bacteria to their spouse, family members, friends and coworkers, even if they show no signs of infection.
And, even if a person’s MRSA treatment is effective and their infection stops, you can still be a MRSA carrier long afterward. It’s possible to pick up the bacteria and become a carrier, even if you never become actively infected. Now, I’m not saying this to be alarmist, but I feel it’s very important to understand the facts on how this bacteria lives and how it is transmitted to others. If you understand the facts, you can find a solution.
Unfortunately, I’ve seen a lot of confusion, half-truths and misunderstanding about what is a MRSA carrier and what the risks are. To see a clear picture of what a MRSA carrier is, be sure to read my MRSA carrier FAQ’s page.
To your health,
Microbiologist and Natural Health Expert
Author of the Natural MRSA recovery Guidebook MRSA Secrets Revealed