What does my urinalysis report indicate?
Does not need to be treated with antibiotics
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I have gone carefully through your query and understand your concerns. Our urine contains bacteria even in normal condition. Unless the colony count is more than 1,00,000 per cu.mm it does not need treatment with antibiotics. Therefore, you do not need to be treated with antibiotics. However, certain clinical presentations can still mandate treatment with antibiotics.
Candida albicans can cause UTI but that does not mean that its presence in urine would mean that you have UTI.
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