Can E.coli cause vaginal infection?
Hi, I recently went to a clinic because I ve had recurring vaginal infections. I got a pap done months ago and they told me I had BV and a yeast infection. They gave me medication for both but the infection just came back and has kept coming back. When I went to the clinic a week ago they did a...
How long does Urifast take to cure e coli infection in urine?
Dear Sir, I am taking urifast 100 mg morning evening since last five days for e coli infection in urine , e coli presence 0000cfu/ml . But there is no notable improvement . Would you pl. suggest me normally how much time it takes to see the improvement.This medicine is sensitive to E coli
How to treat presence of E.coli in stools of an infant?
Hi, My son is 6 month old. We noticed he passing motion soon after a feed since last wednesday. We got a routine test & culture of his stool done. Hi routine report howed 2-3 /hpf fr Stolol RBC and trace for mucuc & reduing substance. The culture report showed E.Coli. Please advice. Thanks, Mrs....
Diarrhea, fever, vomiting. Could this be an E coli infection?
My boyfriend in the past 5 hours has gotten pretty sick. It started of with a little diarrhea then the diarrhea got worse. It proceeded into a fever, he has only puked once, but he also says he has a tightness in his chest. I thought maybe it could be e coli because he had a ham sandwich before...
A young girl 's stool specimen find e coli in heavy growrh, any treatment should be followed?
Presence of E. coli in stool is a normal thing. E. coli are normal intestinal bacterias which are always present in the stool of every human being. So there is no need of any treatment in any type of growth - whether less or more for E.coli.
Dr. Sanjay Kumar Kanodia
sir i m getting losing my body weight from last 25 days...n in stool test my pus cell found in 6.8 and rbc is 2.3...and i m also hepatatis a poositive...so what
RBCs in stool are usually seen in amebic colitis or other types of inflammation or infections(shigella, salmonella, yersinia, E. coli, etc. May go for blood tests rule these out. Colonoscopy is done to diagnose chronic inflammations.
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