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Undergoing treatment for morganella morganii . Had breast cancer. Cause and cure?

Am a 55 years old female, I survive breast cancer twice, haddock a total hystetomy 6 years ago and hand both my brast removed 22 move ago and follow with reconstruction if that was not enough I was just told by my dr that I have morganella morganii . Am being treated with anctibioti but am scare .what are the chances that I will be cure with the meds?and how did I get it.
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Thanks for your querry in HCM
Morganella is normal flora of the gut and many a times isolated from the skin, particularly from the moist areas of a normal immunologically intact individual. But since patients with malignancy are compromised, many a times the normal flora behave as a pathogen.

With reference to Morganella, it usually a very sensitive organism and drug resistance is a less common phenomenon observed with this organism. Chances are more in favour of you getting cured from the infection.
The most effective advice at this time for you will be to maintain proper hygiene.

I hope your doubts are resolved Get back to us , if more doubts
God bless you.
Answered: Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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