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Dr.  T Shobha Deepak MD

Hi I have a question about E. coli ? How much bacteria cases E. coli? And what happens if your swallow your own? ... View answer

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Dr. Deepak Anvekar MD

I am pregnant in 7th month. I have tested positive for E Coli in urine culture test and doctor has prescrobed Gentamicin injections 80 mg twice daily for 7 days. Is it safe to have these injections ... View answer

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Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani MD

organism isolated is escherichia coli . monocef 1200mg+ amikacin 180 mg through vein treatment is currently (last three days).today only culure tst result got ?whether current treatment is will... View answer

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Dr. Rajiv goel MD

year. After several exams and semen culture, two doctors told me that I have prostatites by Escherichia Coli . One of them, prescribe me norfloxacino 500 mg during 28 days, and sex or masturbation in order ... View answer

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Dr. Suma Parinam MD

1] plenty gram negeiive bacili 2] escherichia coli 3] colony count >100000 cfu/ml what is diagnosis and treatment ... View answer

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I E colie infection persisting since last eleven months and not responding to oral antibiotics. There is no obstruction in urinary tract. To cover the physical weakness my doctor recommends anabolic steroids. Can ... View answer

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Dr.  T Shobha Deepak MD

Escherichia coli more than 10^5 cfu/ml. 1) what causes Escherichia coli ? 2) what to do cure Escherichia coli ... View answer

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Dr. V. Sasanka MD

Hello Doc, A 78 yr female, with recurrent E.coli infection. she is on Nitrofurantoin macrocrystals 100 mg PO as a prophylaxis for almost a yr. How long she can be on Nitro or does she can switch to TMP ... View answer

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Dr. Prathap Kumar MD

which kind of bacteria, she just gave me more aggressive antibiotic treatment since the one I have been on is not yielding good enough results. I also have had fever and chills...my question is, can e.coli... View answer

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Dr. Venkata Subrahmanaym Mukkavilli MD

abdominal pain ( right side )----In the motion culture test : culture GROWTH OF ESCHERICHIA COLI , GRAM NEGATIVE RODS kindly give your suggestion and treatment ... View answer

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Dr. Priyanka MD

Hi welcome to healthcare magic forum yes please you have uti as per report so better meet some urologist and get the medicines .

Dr. Rovena Murati MD

Hello! This mean that your urinary tract infection was caused by a bacteria called Escherichia coli. This bacteria causes the majority of uti. The antibiotic that you have taken should have cleared this...

Dr. Kumaraguru MD

Hi Thanks for writing in HCM your question is irrelevant .i need further information regarding symptoms,any way its klebsiella if you are an alchoholic,its usually polymicrobial with Bacteroides Enterococcus...