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What is the treatment for an involuntary muscle spasm ?

what is the treatment for an involuntary muscle spasm of the whole body caused by cellulitis pain?
Asked On : Wed, 14 Sep 2011
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welcome rosella
Is this diagnosis confirmed by doctors? because cellulitis causing spasms is very rare dz. in simple term muscle cellilitis or sepsis. the treatment is ANTIBIOTICS. please take thorough course of it that will help prevention of sepsis and also you can go for drainage of abscess if advised. investigations are important to be considered.
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Answered: Wed, 14 Sep 2011
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Antibiotic regimens are effective in more than 90% of patients. However, all but the smallest of abscesses require drainage for resolution, regardless of the microbiology of the infection.Severely ill patients and those whose condition is unresponsive to standard oral antibiotic therapy should be treated with inpatient IV antibiotic.Medicine for pain relief are ibuprofen or paracetamol can be used.
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