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Pregnancy. Got perianal abcess bulging into vulva. Test showed enterococcus faecalis. Given vanlid. Treatment?

I am pregnent women with 21week pregency. before one week I got perianal abscess bulging into vulva . this is operated by my Gynachologist after operation pus culter is tested found that organism was enterococcus faecalis . so my doctor prescribed me Vanlid 500mg trice a day. Please tell me my doctor done correct treatment or not ? I am very much worried because of pregnency
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Yes your doctor has done correct treatment as she would have started the antibiotic only after the culture sensitivity report,so don't worry. Follow your doctors advice and be in reggular follow up,regular dressing and maintain perineal hygeine to avoid recurrence. Take care,don't worry about pregnancy it would go fine.
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