Polymicrobial infection

What is Polymicrobial infection?

It is a condition where an individual is having multiple infections involving more than one pathogenic microbe. It could be viral, bacterial, fungal or parasitic.

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I am 31 year old female with all the symptoms of a UTI I am also getting severe kidney pain whenever I have got urine in my bladder. I have a large...

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urine infection/itching in vagina since last two months. taken norflox for five days. then applied a cream given by gynea. then again applied a...

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Brief Answer:
Possible Polymicrobial infection.Second line agents will help.

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1)What is the difference between pelvic inflammatory disease and medical POD?
2)what risks are associated with medical POD? Any advice?
3) what...

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Acute Epididymitis and orchitis

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I have carefully read your query and understand your concern.

Pelvic inflammatory disease...

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