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Urine culture test result colour - amber, pus cell -4-5hpf ,epith cell - ++, culture isolate - yielded profuse growth of escherichia coli after 48hrs of incubation. What does it mean?

i did urine culture test.the 1st result said colour -straw and appearance-turbid. pus cell -3-4hpf, epithelial cell-++. culture isolate- yielded profuse growth of staphylococcus spp after 48hrs of incubation. i treated with antibiotic. i went back a second time, the result said colour - amber, appearance - slightly cloudy, pus cell -4-5hpf ,epith cell - ++, culture isolate - yielded profuse growth of escherichia coli after 48hrs of incubation. what do you think sir or what is your advise sir?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
I have gone through your history and reports, first it is important to know clinically do you have urinary symptoms and fever, as both the reports show bacterial growth first one is staphylococcal is more likely to be contaminant and may not be causing infection and E.Coli is more likely to be the cause of disease UTI.
If E. Coli are grown and sensitivity pattern of suitable antibiotics must be performed and in the mean time urinary specific antibiotic along with plenty of fluid should be advised and once you get sensitivity report suitable treatment should be changed.
Take care
Good Luck
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Welcome to H C M

Acording to ayurveda you are suffering from Mutrakrichcha.

Take these ayurvedic medicines for releif.

Gokshuradi guggulu 2 tab 3 times in a day with water after meal .

Chandraprabha vati 2 tab 2 times in a day with water after meal .

Usheerasava 4 teaspoon with 1/2 cup of water.

Avoid tea, coffe,pickle,spicy food

After taking it for 2-3 months go for urine test.

Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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