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Rare bacteria found in urine

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Dr. P. T. Patil MD

prompt care since I was out of town. They tested my urine and it showed no leukocytes or bacteria culture ..., there was an intense burning fire sensation when I urinated and the urine was a... View answer

Answered by : Dr. P. T. Patil ( Urologist)
Dr.    Muhammad Sareer Khalil MD

My wife is peeing blood. Went to ER urine test showed red blood cells obviously but no bacteria ... CT scan was normal with nothing found. They sent us home with her to follow up with her doctor ... View answer

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Dr. P. T. Patil MD

to the doctor this morning. the doc didn't find bacteria in my urinalysis for a UTI, but found some very small ...I'm a 20 year old male and the past few days I've had frequent urination problems.... View answer

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Dr.  Pradeep Kumar MD

my 11 month old kid is urinating every 20 min from yesterday. urine test is negetive except bacteria found. please advice ... View answer

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Dr. P. T. Patil MD

. I recently had a urine test but was not contacted back by the doctor. The test results showed a 3000 count of organisms per milliliter of indigenous bacteria. But past results showed no bacteria.... View answer

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

: RARE Bacteria: OCCASSIONAL Crystals: NONE THANKS VERY MUCH JT ...Hi Doctor, Could you please interpret my urine result: Routine: Color: Yellow Transparency: Hazy ... View answer

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Dr.     Ivan R. Rommstein MD

they found RBC 15-20 in urine but no bacteria so please advise what cause is this ...I have frequent urination problem from past 3 months, Scanning report normal..no pain anywhere onlt ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ivan R. Rommstein ( General Surgeon)
Dr. Indu Kumar MD

Hi I got my urine test done in which 18-20 pus cell came in report. Then my doctor suggested to go for urine culture and result came as no bacteria found. As in negitive result. What should I do... View answer

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Dr. Hardik Sanghvi MD

rare, but mucous present ......also frequent urination overnight, which is new. What could this mean? ...Dark yellow urine, but clear, 1.01 gravity, ph 7, trace of leukocytes, nitrates, protein,... View answer

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Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

I m very concerned that my 3 year old granddaughter has morganella morganni in urine culture. The doctor has completely scared my daughter by making the statement that is bacteria is very rare ... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Jyothi B L MD

That's called asymptomatic bacteruuria. Its not significant. If you are having frequency/ burning micturition, then you can start antibiotics.

Dr. Matt Wachsman MD

Can be dried blood from anywhere in the urinary tract. BUT it is hard for blood in the urinary tract to find a dry place! Much more likely (I've had this personally) is a very small kidney stone. These can be from calcium...

Dr. Jyothi B L MD

Bacteria ok. Pus cells, more than five, no. Thanks