1. Having bacteria found in your urine testing is indicative for Urinary tract infection
(UTI). Antibiotics you were prescribed are the best choice to treat UTI.
2. Having loose stool
might be partially related to antibiotics use. I advise to use probiotics and increase water intake.
3. The presence of sporadic blood in stool
is indicative for possible laceration of rectal mucosa :
to exclude hemorrhoids and ulceration of bowel mucosa
- run fecal occult blood to exclude GI bleeding
4. Ischemic colitis
is inflammation of colon due to reduction of blood flow in narrowed blood vessels. It is not caused by bacterial or other types of infection.
If ischemic colitis was determined, then, I highly advise to discuss with GI specialist to :
- find out what is causing narrowing of arteries?
- determine the best treatment.
For the moment, I advise to:
- increase fluids intake to keep well hydrated
- continue taking antibiotics as prescribed
- discuss with your physician about the medications that would aggravate the narrowing of arteries
Hope it was of help!