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What does this urine culture test result indicate?

Test name is urine culture and sensitivity.Microscopic examine: urine C/S.Culture :no grown on culture after 48 hrs of incubation.Anti-microbial substance: absent,Antibiotic sensitivity : R= resistant ,S=sensitive ,R=intermediate.Comments: G/S = occasional pus cells seen. Occasional GPC in pairs seen. Regard s Arvind meena ,Bhopal MP.
Mon, 14 Nov 2016
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Hello dear
I understand your concern
G/S = occasional pus cells seen. Occasional GPC in pairs seen.
It could be due to staphylococcus infection.
Take following advises:
Tablet ampicillin-clavunate two times a day for 7 days
Tablet pyridium and nitrofurantoin
Syrup cital
Drink plenty of fluids and juice of cranberry, orange and pine apple
Maintain proper pelvic hygiene
Hope this may help you

Contact HCM for further health query
Best regards
Dr. Sagar
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What does this urine culture test result indicate?

Hello dear I understand your concern G/S = occasional pus cells seen. Occasional GPC in pairs seen. It could be due to staphylococcus infection. Take following advises: Tablet ampicillin-clavunate two times a day for 7 days Tablet pyridium and nitrofurantoin Syrup cital Drink plenty of fluids and juice of cranberry, orange and pine apple Maintain proper pelvic hygiene Hope this may help you Contact HCM for further health query Best regards Dr. Sagar