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Complex Answer: Essentially a pathogen can thrive in the urinary tract (via the amoeba) for quite a few different reasons (for example, from a kidney abcess). Without a clinical correlation to these findings - it doesn't mean much. However, it is of concern because amoebae can harbor many different types of pathogens. Attached is a great article which should help: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC274 ...Read more
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Trichomonas: Amoeba is rare but anything is possible; more probable is trichomonas, which is also a parasite thast looks like ameba & is easily treated with flagyl, an antibiotic. There is treatment for ameba also but is rare in the urine because ameba dont stick to the bladder wall & trichomonas does. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diagnosed dientamoeba fragilis and was given fraygl for 10/days. Symptoms returned. Could this amoeba survived. What other meds options avail?
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