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How can cellulitis on the right hand and neck be treated?

I was told I had cellulitis on my right hand, the pain is still in my right hand but also in my right arm, neck across on the back side & my shoulders across at the top as well as my upper back, I also keep urinating on myself & not know it. I feel like I need to urinated go to the bathroom & can t urinated then a few minutes later I ve urinated on myself. My legs are so week I can t hardly walk or stand. Is it possible the cellulitis has gotten in my blood stream & causes me to do this? Thanks in advance for any information you can help me with
Fri, 30 Mar 2018
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
Hello,

First, get to know if you have prostatomegaly and there is urinary frequency, dribbling, urgency, hesitancy, et cetera. All this occurs in old age and with prostatomegaly and carcinoma, go to a good urologist for necessary investigation.

For your cellulitis, you need to take antibiotics after culture and sensitivity taking a biopsy of that part and get a perfect treatment for that. Since, you have no fever you have not gone to sepsis and all. No need to worry much but get investigated to get proper treatment.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Archana
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