Hello and welcome to HCM.
Thanks for your query.
The presence of bacteria in your urine does indeed indicate the presence of a urinary tract infection
. Although very rarely this can happen due to a hospital contamination of the urine sample, your daughter's condition can be clinically correlated, thus this is most probably an infection.
Although it is best to decide the antibiotic after a urine culture examination, the most commonly prescribed antibiotics used to treat a urinary tract infections are norfloxacin
, etc; a potassium chloride
containing solution. In the meantime please provide your daughter with plenty of fluids, cranberry juice has also found to have benefits.
Please consult your doctor for a complete treatment chart.
I hope this information helps.