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...
Pregnant. Diagnosed with e coli. Prescribed augnentin. Safe?
Hi I am 8 weeks pregnant and have been diagnosed with an e coli UTI sensitive to augmentin and nitrofuratoin. GP has prescribed augmentin and taken a CBC. I am concerned about taking the augmentin at this stage of pregnancy when my UTI symptoms are minimal and it was only picked up on routine...
E.Coli infection to one year old baby
my one year old baby boy had loose motion and vomiting. We had done stool culture and urine routine on doctors advice. He had infection of e coli in his culture report and had resistance to some antibiotics . Now doctor had prescribed Taxim IP 250 mg. Should we have to do the culture of stool...
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...
I had sex with my girlfriend she is 16 for 4-5 mins ... Most of it was anal i had a condom . It by mistake entered the vagina one time , she had unwanted 72
Hi.She will not have pregnancy if you were using condom and moreover she took pill72, but anal thing going into vagina can cause serious vaginal infection and even resistant E.Coli infection of urinary tract.So, be careful in future and tell her to take treatment for this, if she has some symptoms.
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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