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High WBC and Leukocytes. Trace of ketones. No blood, no protein, no bacteria. Urine culture negative. Low back pain. Urine smell like ammonia. Was in Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) DS for a week but it did not work.
48 hr post 10 day amoxil (amoxicillin). Stool runny (melted milkshake consistency) w very strong ammonia odour.Bacterial overgrowth (what possible types)or c.Diff?
No: Not all bacteria are bad; many are important some of the body's most basic processes, including digestion. Bacteria is also a necessary in the formation of certain foods such as cheese. Lastly, we need the normal flora bacteria to compete against the "bad" bacteria in our body, preventing the bad bacteria from overtaking our body. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many: In fact, the human biome, a complex organization of parasites, bacteria, viruses, yeasts, etc. Forms a unique ecosystem with colonies that coexist on the outside and inside of our bodies. Some of these colonies are very pathogenic under the right circumstances, yet can co-exist within us without contributing to disease. Disease occurs when the balance of any one of these becomes disturbed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Treatment of Cholera: Mainstay is oral fluid replacement. The who has rehydration formulas (ors); in us pedialyte. Replacement based on severity of dehydration. Once rehydrated, volume of oral solution should match volume of stool out. Antibiotics are adjunct to ors & are given once vomiting stops & rehydration is completed. (tetracyclines, cipro, (ciprofloxacin) Erythromycin azithro) prevention key: sterile h2o/clean food/vaccine. ...Read more
E. coli...: Many types of infections can be cause from eating undercooked meats. One type that is sometimes mentioned by the media is escherichia coli. E. Coli bacteria normally live in the intestines of healthy people and animals. Most varieties of e. Coli are harmless or cause relatively brief diarrhea, ut a few particularly nasty strains, such as e. Coli o157:h7, can cause bloody diarrhea. ...Read more
See your doctor: During protein metabolism small quantities of ammonia is formed rapidly converted to urea and excreated in the urine, if pathway is interupted by excessive production or deminished conversion one may smell ammonia, due severely impaired liver or kidney disease, need urgent medical attention, before toxic effects on nervous system sets in. ...Read more