- Weakened immune system.
- Being obese.
- Having lymphoedema or lymphedema.
- Certain skin disorders, such as eczema, athlete's foot, chickenpox and shingles, cause breaks in the skin and increase your risk of cellulitis.
- Intravenous drug use.
- Localized pain.
- Muscle aches.
- Erysipelas rash.
- Red lines toward lymph nodes.
- Metastatic abscess.
- Wear protective equipment on skin when involved in sports, activities or work that may cause injury.
- Keep your skin clean, soft and dry. Use a mild soap and moisturizers.
- Individuals with diabetes or peripheral vascular disease should examine their legs and feet daily.
- Observe skin for any non-healing sores.
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