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What Causes Black Or Brown Specks In Female Urine? Also,

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Question: What causes black or brown specks in female urine? Also, was the best treatment for diptheroids found on urine culture results.
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Follow up: Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (0 minute later)
What causes black or brown specks in female urine? Also, was the best treatment for diptheroids found on urine culture results.
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Answered by Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (38 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
According to urine culture they would tell you about antibiotic that sensitivity to you. So your doctor would change the antibiotic according to your result. And he or she will prescribe you medicine to take in a period of time. Follow your doctor instruction.

Detailed Answer:
Hello and thank you for your question Semp. Hope I can be of help for you today. Through reading your query I understand and would like to help you with this question. Regarding to your urine culture, you are having urinary tract infection that cause by diphtheroids. Diphtheroids are defined as aerobic, non sporulating, pleomorphic gram-positive bacilli. They are usually commensals of the skin and mucous membranes. The black or brown specks in your urine may cause from urinary infection. According to urine culture they would tell you about antibiotic that sensitivity to you. So your doctor would change the antibiotic according to your result. And he or she will prescribe you medicine to take in a period of time. Follow your doctor instruction.

Hope I have answered your query. If you do not have any clarifications, you can close the discussion and rate the answer. Wish your child good health. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Best regards,
Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey, General and Family Physician


Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Nagamani Ng
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Answered by Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (0 minute later)
Brief Answer:
According to urine culture they would tell you about antibiotic that sensitivity to you. So your doctor would change the antibiotic according to your result. And he or she will prescribe you medicine to take in a period of time. Follow your doctor instruction.

Detailed Answer:
Hello and thank you for your question Semp. Hope I can be of help for you today. Through reading your query I understand and would like to help you with this question. Regarding to your urine culture, you are having urinary tract infection that cause by diphtheroids. Diphtheroids are defined as aerobic, non sporulating, pleomorphic gram-positive bacilli. They are usually commensals of the skin and mucous membranes. The black or brown specks in your urine may cause from urinary infection. According to urine culture they would tell you about antibiotic that sensitivity to you. So your doctor would change the antibiotic according to your result. And he or she will prescribe you medicine to take in a period of time. Follow your doctor instruction.

Hope I have answered your query. If you do not have any clarifications, you can close the discussion and rate the answer. Wish your child good health. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Best regards,
Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey, General and Family Physician


Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Nagamani Ng
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Follow up: Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (6 hours later)
I was in a car accident about 4 months ago and I had a hematoma to my right breast I still have it slightly. Initially due to me being on Eliquis therapy I had bleeding in my chest. I stayed in the local ER 12 hrs with my chest bandaged and the bleeding stopped so, I didn't have to be sent to our trauma hospital an hour away esp. since that was at the beginning of the Covid-19 era. I'm an RN I've read up/and internet search on the diptheroids and my doctor told me that they told her they didn't know antibiotic to treat the Diptheroids with.So she was trying macrobid I didn't see any changes so then I ask for some else so I'm on Doxycycline. Sorry to have gotten sidetracked but, what I was getting to from earlier. I don't recall seeing any old blood when I went to the bathroom. So I was wondering when that happens to the blood that was bleeding in my chest does it dissolve and settle in my stomach? I also saw something on the internet about it could be old gi blood or possibly I have some kidney damage.
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Follow up: Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (0 minute later)
I was in a car accident about 4 months ago and I had a hematoma to my right breast I still have it slightly. Initially due to me being on Eliquis therapy I had bleeding in my chest. I stayed in the local ER 12 hrs with my chest bandaged and the bleeding stopped so, I didn't have to be sent to our trauma hospital an hour away esp. since that was at the beginning of the Covid-19 era. I'm an RN I've read up/and internet search on the diptheroids and my doctor told me that they told her they didn't know antibiotic to treat the Diptheroids with.So she was trying macrobid I didn't see any changes so then I ask for some else so I'm on Doxycycline. Sorry to have gotten sidetracked but, what I was getting to from earlier. I don't recall seeing any old blood when I went to the bathroom. So I was wondering when that happens to the blood that was bleeding in my chest does it dissolve and settle in my stomach? I also saw something on the internet about it could be old gi blood or possibly I have some kidney damage.
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Answered by Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (11 hours later)
Brief Answer:
The hematoma dissolve in your body into blood vessel not in the stomach. You can discuss with your doctor about this kind of antibiotic for diphtheroid.

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
Thank you for the history. If you not feel better with macrobid and doxycycline. You may need to do another antibiotic IV. Vancomycin is bactericidal against diphtheroids and is recommended for therapy when resistant to other antibiotic. The hematoma dissolve in your body into blood vessel not in the stomach. You can discuss with your doctor about this kind of antibiotic for diphtheroid.

Hope I have answered your query. If you do not have any clarifications, you can close the discussion and rate the answer. Wish you good health. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Best regards,
Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey, General and Family Physician


Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Nagamani Ng
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doctor
Answered by Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (0 minute later)
Brief Answer:
The hematoma dissolve in your body into blood vessel not in the stomach. You can discuss with your doctor about this kind of antibiotic for diphtheroid.

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
Thank you for the history. If you not feel better with macrobid and doxycycline. You may need to do another antibiotic IV. Vancomycin is bactericidal against diphtheroids and is recommended for therapy when resistant to other antibiotic. The hematoma dissolve in your body into blood vessel not in the stomach. You can discuss with your doctor about this kind of antibiotic for diphtheroid.

Hope I have answered your query. If you do not have any clarifications, you can close the discussion and rate the answer. Wish you good health. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Best regards,
Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey, General and Family Physician


Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Nagamani Ng
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What Causes Black Or Brown Specks In Female Urine? Also,

What causes black or brown specks in female urine? Also, was the best treatment for diptheroids found on urine culture results.