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Recurrent UTI, diagnosed with fluid filled pus cells, E-coli bacteria. What are the causes ?

HI, I am a 28 year old women, unmarried. I am suffering from reourring UTI from last 2 years.. At present i have been diagosned with Pus cells - full field and E.Coli bacteria.. Doctor has advised me to take Gramocef and urispra along with Urilizer.. is it fine.. also, i want to know what s the main cause of E.Coli bacteria.. ??
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Jan 2013
Thanks for posting your query.
UTI is very common in females as urinary meatus and anus is very close.
E. coli bacteria is present in stool and infection with this bacteria is very common.
You should consult with physician / surgeon and should go for urine culture and sensitivity test.
You should also go for ultrasound imaging as sometimes an obstruction may cause stasis of urine with recurrent infection.
You should take antibiotics treatment on basis of urine culture & sensitivity.
Take care,
Dr. Mayank Bhargava
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Kumar Narinder's  Response
Dear Madam, UTI is much more common problem in women as compared to males because of two main reasons , one is because of short sized urethera & the second is due to lack of prostatic anti bacterial secreations, I told you because firstly I want to make it clear to you that it is so common with females. Now come to the main point, I suggest you to take plenty of water daily (at least 2-3 litres/Day), secondly medicines you're taking is correct, take 'cranberry' juice if possible.
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