hello. As per your description, the given species of bacteria and 10,000 colonies per ml of urine, does not define your child having urinary tract infection
. Atleast 1,00,000 colonies per ml of urine are required to diagnose child having urinary tract infection. If your child does not have other symptoms of UTI eg burning micturition, excessive crying ,fever
etc ,these detected bacteria can be considered non pathogenic normal commensals and they are not at all serious and no need of treating this infection. You just have to ensure your baby takes in lots of fluids including breast feeding, so that it passes urine atleast 5 to 6 times per day. Thank you.