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MRSA in mouth and gums

Can you get a MRSA infection in your mouth and gums?  My son has had MRSA on his arm twice and in his nose three times.  Now he has enflamed gums, redness and swelling, and pain.  It has been longer than a month.  The dentist said it was a virus and sent him home with no medication. 

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manuka honey(16+)from New Zealand, put on gums, take one teaspoon per day with Braggs apple cider vider. google tumeric powder, it also kills mrsa germs,(((99 cent store))) add to all food,spice it helps stop recurrances, but may need to add more daily water in diet.

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