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Suggest treatment for breast cellulitis

I have cellulitis in the left breast with seroma as a result of a excisional biopsy. Taking oral antibiotics and wasn t getting better. Had IV antibiotics and now have red man syndrome. Using over the counter hydrocortisone. Going back to the surgeon. Any recs for home remedies? I took 3 Benadryl tabs.
Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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Thanks for asking at Healthcare Magic. I read your question and I understand your concern.
There are home remedies for cellulitis.
Tea tree oil, turmeric, Bee propoils, oil of oregano and serratiopeptidase.
I would suggest serratiopeptidase (danzene)
with antibiotics that doesn't cause Redman syndrome if taken orally like amoxicillin as home remedies are not effective in cellulitis.
Hope it helps best.
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Take your best care.
Regards
Dr Ejaz
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Suggest treatment for breast cellulitis

Thanks for asking at Healthcare Magic. I read your question and I understand your concern. There are home remedies for cellulitis. Tea tree oil, turmeric, Bee propoils, oil of oregano and serratiopeptidase. I would suggest serratiopeptidase (danzene) with antibiotics that doesn t cause Redman syndrome if taken orally like amoxicillin as home remedies are not effective in cellulitis. Hope it helps best. Don t forget to rate this answer and close the discussion at Healthcare Magic. Take your best care. Regards Dr Ejaz