Hi, i had vaginalswab and result was this: smear shows few puss cells and few doderlein bacilli . Scattered gram negative bacilli are also seen. PusCells 10-15/hpf, RBC s 0-1/hpf, Epithelial cells 5-10/hpf ...
hi doctor i am 32 years old in microbiology vaginalswab examination : specimen high vaginalswab ... 48hr of incubation wet mount; puscells 0-2/hpf rbc 0-2/hpf epithelial cells: few candida :not seen ...
-negative bacilli found, many puscells seen. Laterly the urine culture indicated negative result for gonorrhea . My ... results, can the puscells seen in the gram-stain still indicate a gonorrheal infection? (b) How accurate ...
whether high vaginalswab microscopy or culture will detect chlamydia or gonorrhea?And also presence of doderline bacilli nd puscell 0to5 nd rbc 10-15 pls hel
dear madam I understand you're concern.in my opinion high vaginalswab is not useful to detect gonorrhea.to detect it one shoul go for crevical smear.next for chlamydia urine first void urine sample is good enough.high vaginalswab is done for trichomonas infection.your report is normal report.....relax don't worry.....regards Dr vamsi
vaginalswab culture and sensitivity test shows growth of vaginal commensals only. what does it mean.pls help
It seems from the history that you had a vaginalswab sent for culture and sensitivityand the result is showing vaginal commensals.
The commensals aare normal organisms and they do not cause disease, hence no need to worry.
I m patient with the nuemrus puscellsmeans uti pls treatment
The best would be to get a urine culture done and then take antibiotics accordingly.
If you are getting it repeatedly,then get an ultrasound abdomen Los done.
Consult a doctor for the treatment.
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