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Reasons for pus cells in urine in males - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u
User :   hi
User :   my husband's semen contains bacteria
User :   what could be the possible reasons
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   could u specify
User :   E-Cloi
User :   Coli
Doctor :   semen wont contain ecoli
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   he must have urinary tract infection
User :   no the semen culture report shows that the semen has ecoli
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   r u there
User :   yes
Doctor :   E. coli is the commonest organism for urinary infection
Doctor :   Commonest cause of pus cells in semen is chronic prostatitis or seminal vesiculitis, a common affliction seen in upto 20% of young population without much ill effects
Doctor :   You should also not expect any changes in semen till at least 3 months after starting any treatment, as sperm cycle is approx 100 days, meaning sperm produced today will be visible in the semen only after approx 3 months.
Doctor :   till next 3 months semen might contain ecoli
Doctor :   it can treat
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   nothing to worry
Doctor :   antio biotics would take care of E coli infection
Doctor :   r u there
User :   yes
User :   3 months?
User :   u said?
Doctor :   semen cycle
Doctor :   thats for sperm cycle
Doctor :   free of infections
User :   ok
User :   thx
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Doctor :   did u clear ur doubt
Doctor :   anything else u would like to ask
Doctor :   did i clear ur doubts
Doctor :   Is there anything else I can help you with?
Doctor :   r u there
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