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What does this urinalysis indicate?

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Dr. Som Biswas

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Posted on Wed, 27 Aug 2014 in General Health
Question: Hi
For almost a month now iv been feeling the urge to urinate. Its an annoying feeling. I dont have inconstancy, just the urge. What could be causing this? Had a pelvic exam, ob/gyn doesnt see anything out of the normal. Urologist just put me on antibiotics but it doesnt seem to be doing anything.
Can you tell what is going on from my results?
Tests: (1) Urinalysis Routine (uam)
UCOLOR YELLOW Yellow/Straw
UCLARITY [A] CLOUDY Clear
USG 1.0280 1.0010-1.0350
UPH 5.5 UNITS 5.0-8.0
UGLUC NEGATIVE Negative
UKETO [A] 2+ Negative
UPROT NEGATIVE Negative
UBLOOD [A] LARGE Negative
UBILI NEGATIVE Negative
UUBG 0.2 EU/dl
UNITRITE NEGATIVE Negative
ULEUK EST [A] SMALL Negative
! UMISC1 No Value
! UMISC2 No Value
! U RBC 7-10 0.00-3.00
! U WBC 11-20 0.00-3.00
! U Epith C [A] MANY None Seen
! UBacteria [A] MANY Negative
! U Yeast NONE SEEN None Seen
! UCrystals NONE SEEN None Seen
! U PATH Casts NONE SEEN None Seen
! U SRC (Renal Epi) NONE SEEN None Seen
! USperm NONE SEEN None Seen

Tests: (2) Urine Culture (6304R)
! CULTURE,URINE No Value
1,000-9,000 CFU/ML OF GRAM POSITIVE COCCI ISOLATED
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Answered by Dr. Som Biswas 6 minutes later
Brief Answer:
You have UTI

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns.


You have UTI (urinary tract infection)

The urine report shows bacteria, wbc and the culture shows GRAM POSITIVE COCCI.

You will need antibiotics but the correct ones.

you should get a urine culture antibiotic sensitivity done.


It will tell which antibiotic to start.



Feel free to consult me directly
http://bit.ly/drsombiswas


Regards

Dr. Som Biswas M.D. XXXXXXX

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Follow up: Dr. Som Biswas 5 minutes later
Im on antibiotic. My physician told me that although i have bacteria, its not enough to be a UTI. I already took cipro for 5 days and im on day 5 of keflax. Im still feeling the urge. Is this normal?
Im really nervous that this will never go away. I hear of overactive bladder and IC.
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Answered by Dr. Som Biswas 2 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Hi

Detailed Answer:
An infection is an infection .

YEs for it to be called UTI it needs to be 100000 and you have 9000.

But it is still there and causing trouble.

Continue with antibiotics but the correct ones.

Has he started after an antibiotic sensitivity report as blindly starting any antibiotic will not work.


Also drink plenty of water as it clears away the bacteria.


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Follow up: Dr. Som Biswas 5 minutes later
Dont think he did a sensitivity report. Maybe they did it yesterday (when I went to my ob/gyn) I hope you are right and it will clear up when I get the right meds.
Thanks.
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Answered by Dr. Som Biswas 1 minute later
Brief Answer:
Yes

Detailed Answer:
Yes, please start appropriate antibiotics only after reports.

No point in using something that is not working.

Regards

Dr. Som Biswas M.D.
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