I have a cerbaseous cyst on my back that has developed an infection?

Male 65 .. I have a cerbaseous cyst on my back that has developed an infection … Swollen, red, warm, extremely painful to the touch. Can’t get into the Dr for a week. He will not give me any advice over the phone other than warm compress. I saw online Fluconazola would be an antibiotic to treat the infection. I have sealed packs of Fluconazola exp date 12/2018 but cannot find a dosage amount. I used the Fluconazola before without any complication for skin tinnea(SP?) and had these on hand for future possible flare ups. What would be a proper dosage to start eliminating the infection?



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Dr Ahmed Fawzy
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Dr Ahmed Fawzy

Hi
Fluconazola is antifungal , I do not see how it can help, actually warm compression is advisable , antibiotics like penicillin or cephalosporin can help if you are not allergic to them
Good luck

Dr. Ayman Darrag
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Dr. Ayman Darrag

That is really another issue..infected sebaceous cyst should be surgicallyremoved until then.. Antibiotic orally for example amoxicollin 1gm every 12 hours can help..

Dr Mahaveer
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hi,
flucanazole will not help.
take anti inflammatory tablets with fibrinolytic properties like paracetamol,trypsin,chymotrypsin etc.
Start on broad spectrum antibiotics like amoxy-clav,cefuroxime.
Mechanical drainage of the pus should be done for faster recovery.
thanks

Dr Masr
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Dr Masr

i think u got confused bet, fulconazole and Flucloxacillin
U need an antibiotic .. fluclozacillin 250 mg every 6 hours – 4 times- a day for 7 days
Ibuprofen will be helpful aswell
But surgical removal can be the only solution