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Antacid E Coli Infection E Escherichia Tums
E. Coli (escherichia coli) is one of several types of bacteria that normally inhabit the intestine of humans and animals (commensal organism). Some strains of e. Coli are capable of causing disease under certain conditions when the immune system is compromised or disease may result ...Read more
Im breastfeeding and I have e coli infection, i took suprax (cefixime) 400 for 6 days will that be enough?
I have CKD 4 and reflux kidney ... I can't shift a e coli infection. .... Any solutions as worried about kidney function ?
Unclear question.: I am unable to understand what is your question ! ...Read more
Where is e coli?: Depends on where the e. Coli infection is located. If you have a simple bladder infection with e. Coli and you're being treated, then it's likely fine for you to continue work. If you're having diarrhea from e. Coli, then there are much more strict guidelines about working with patients and in hospitals. Check with doctor and your hospital's heath center. Good luck! ...Read more
Reg Doc usually...: But sometimes you may need the expertise of an infectious diseases specialist if the infection doesn't go away. You might be dealing with a resistant bug, a difficult situation where the antibiotic interacts with medications, or if an underlying condition makes medical management more complex- your regular doctor can determine this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I m having chest pain for past 3 months later on it went I was diagnosed with e coli infection and Pharyngitis & my chest pain is back on left??
I have been diagnosed with e-coli infection In my intestine I'm bit worried I'm on antibiotics what's the best way to treat it plzz help thanks :)?
No chrons symptoms but colonoscopy shows Crohn's after possible e coli infection am i misdiagnosed with crohns? Colonoscopy after pain, apendicitis
Lots of issues...: ...In your question: crohn's, infection, pain, appendicitis, ; question of colonoscopy results. To answer your primary concern--that of crohn's, be assured the presumptive diagnosis can be clarified if granulomas are found on your colon biopsies ; your asca blood level is elevated. To address your other issues, please call your doctor who performed your testing ; knows you best. Good health--. ...Read more
E coli infection in semen is curable. I am taking Ciprofloxacin for 20 days is it good.is this risk for hiv. .I finish course of medicine still have?
Where?: Many types of ecoli infections require antibiotic therapy. This includes urinary tract infections. Some diarrheal infections require therapy. You need to see a physician to determine if you, in fact, have an infection requiring antibiotics, and what the appropriate antibiotics would be. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ascend the urethra.: A person aquires a UTI (urinary tract infection) by catheters, stones, women who are sexually active, etc. Because bacteeria can contaminate the area, and ascend the urethra. They can still ascend from the bladder and infect the kidney. The bacteria reproduce and are seen in the urine, with high colony count on urinalysis, gram stain to be sure it's e. Coli, and WBC casts in urine if in kidney. ...Read more
Diarrhea, cramps.: Severe, acute hemorrhagic diarrhea and abdominal cramps are the main symptoms. Usually little or no fever is present, and the illness resolves in five to 10 days. It can also be asymptomatic. Fluid replacement and blood pressure support may be needed to prevent death from dehydration. Treatment with may cause kidney complications. Hemolytic-uremic syndrome is a life-threatening condition. ...Read more
Hard to treat: Bacterial infections are usually treated with antibiotics. However, the antibiotic sensitivities of different strains of e. Coli vary widely. As gram-negative organisms, e. Coli are resistant to many antibiotics that are effective against gram-positive organisms. Antibiotics which may be used to treat e. Coli infection include amoxicillin, as well as other semisynthetic penicillins, many cephalosp. ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more