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22 yrs old/f has found E.Coli infection in her stool analysis. Is this dangerous & what should be done ?

Hello, I m 22 yr/f. I ve had a stool analysis and it showed an E.Coli infection, is this really dangerous? I usually have stomach cramps and yesterday i felt my temperature was a bit high plus eye burn. i sometimes have soft stool but not to the extent of diarrhea.a doctor prescribed me anti-diarrhea drug but i don t have diarrhea and usually i have constipation so i fear that this drug may cause me constipation. should i really about that E.Coli? isn t there any other anti-diarrhea drug to use? plus, I ve had urinary tract infections for such a long time but my last urine culture showed no bacteria.what should i do ? Thanks in advance
Asked On : Sun, 16 Oct 2011
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Thanks for query,
There is no specific treatment for E. coli infection.
But go for,
Tab. Metrogyl,Tab Ofloxacilin anti dysenteric medicine course.
Wash your hand thoroughly before cooking or taking meals.
Avoid non veg for time being.
Take fresh food and avoid taking old cooked food.
Take proper hygiene for hands,nails.
Take plenty of water.
Ok and bye,
Answered: Sun, 16 Oct 2011
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