Suggest treatment for recurrent UTI
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Staphylococcus bacteria is a common bacteria that is found in the body and a common flora of the human skin. It is an uncommon cause of UTI especially among healthy young adults. It could be a contamination of the specimen during collection or processing in the laboratory.
The best way to determine if you need treatment or not is whether you have symptoms or not. Since you are asymptomatic at this time I don't think you need treatment with an antibiotic.
It is really hard to say how you got your first infection but it could be sporadic or might be intercourse related (honey moon cystitis).
Prevention is keeping healthy, drinking plenty of fluids, and multiple studies have shown that intake of cranberry prevents UTI.
You are not at risk and I believe you were able to beat your infection.
It is always good to hear that patients are getting better.
Yes it always possible for the infection to clear up with supportive therapy in a young healthy person. In my opinion, I believe that you don't have to worry about any possible complications or any untoward sequelae due to the UTI that you had last month.
To prevent UTIs in the future make sure your drinking plenty of fluids, body hygiene also goes a long way and urinate before and after intercourse.
I hope I have answered your question satisfactorily and have a great day.
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