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Semen test shows coagulase negative staphylococcus species. Prescribed zinnat and cefuroxime axetil tablets. Recommendations?

in my semen test cephotaxime is +,ciprofloxain-R, erythromycin is R,clindamycin-R, clarithromycin is R, vancomycin +,ampicillin R,cefuroxime R,oxacillin is R,and coagulase negative staphylococcus species grown is wife have two times missed abortion.she have any problem for conscveing pregnancy. doctor gave me zinnat tablets-cefuroxime axetil tablets for 2 it enough for that?
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have staphylococcal infection of the seminal vesicle or prostate confirmed on semen culture.
Please continue taking antibiotic prescribed by your family Physician at least for 1 month and repeat semen culture again.
You need to treat your wife simultaneously with same antibiotics for a month.
Once semen is sterile get your semen analysis done to assess the sperm count, sperm motility and morphology of the sperms .If all the parameters are within normal range there is no reason why you should not impregnate your wife.

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