MRSA are bacteria that usually cause infection on skin. But systemic infections are also reported when these bacteria enter in the blood stream and can carried by the blood to different organs of the body. After reaching these organs can cause infection. So, MRSA can cause infection in kidneys. These bacteria are usually acquired from the hospitals and community.
Yes mrsa can affect the kidneys. I have a 1 inch X 1 inch abscess on my kidneys now. It can stop on any organ if it is in your blood stream. However it is very uncommon. It usually goes for the lungs, brain,, and/or heart. It is a very serious thing. I am in my mid 20's and they gave me a 50/50 shot at surviving this. It can be in your blood stream and you have no major symptoms till you are practically in shock from sepsis. If you think you have any kind of mrsa go to a doctor quickly and make sure they are qualified to treat you because some antibiotics make it worse!
No it can not because kimmi is one of my patients and she stays at my house on a 24/7 basis , she perf-usly throws up and gets the swine flu every now and again but the MRSA problem she has does not in any way shape or form effect her ef ffing kidney.