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Test showed profuse growth of staphlococcus. Took treatment. No significant bacterial growth. Suggestions?

doctor,i have staphloccocus after going for test.the result show that i have a profuse growth of staphloccocus.after a month of treatment.i went back for checkup by going to test.the result is that it yielded no significant bacterial growth after 48hours of incubation.what does that mean and when i urinate my urine seperate into two
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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as per the details u have submitted..the data is very vague and incomplete ., i mean from ..what have you submitted to lab for cultur? urine??? blood?? throat swab???

ok ..coming directly to the u said there is no bacterial growth means ..ur sample doesnt contain any disese causing bacteria you are cured of the disease and no need to use antibiotics further..thats all i can say from the details avaialable.

if u need any further information come with detailed reports..thank u
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