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Biopsy From Colonoscopy Showed Bacterial Infection
Been tested for std's, yeast infection, bacterial infection, etc. Vulvar biopsy normal. Have clobetasol ointment. How often how long to use it?
Depends: It would be best for a skin care professional to evaluate your rash. Treatment depends upon the severity of involvement and cause of the rash. ...Read more
Biopsy is tissue removed by needle or cutting to remove part of a body part. It is usually a small amount of material that is processed by a pathologist. Most of the time it is stained and looked at through a microscope to arrive at a diagnosis. Special processes are done for some tissues or problems. The purpose is to tell what the problem is (diagnosis). ...Read more
What, other than a bacterial infection, would cause an inch of bone to crumble? A bone infection was evident in an X-ray and MRI following the straightening of a hammer-toe. Upon removal of the surgical screw, approx. An inch of bone crumbled. The biopsy
I have like three bumps around my vaginal area and it itches, test results show no bacterial infection, what could it be?
Need exam: You need to be examined by a clinician. It could be many things. Can you describe it? Color, size? Any fluid coming out? ...Read more
Can bacterial infections happen that's not strep and show symptoms in your tonsils? If so, what does it make you feel like and can it kill you?
Yes: Pharyngitis can be caused by other bacteria and viruses. Overall, it may make you feel bad, but they all go away within a few days by themselves (with a normal immune system), with or without treatment. The reason we treat strep is that is can cause other problems down the road, like rheumatic heart disease. Danger would be severe swelling of tonsils, which is fairly rare. See a doctor. ...Read more
If balanitis is caused by bacterial infection, would blood test show elevated blood counts or ESR, CRP?
Leukocyte esterase, ua my results were large. It also said "does not show any significant bacterial infection". Am I ok? Or do I need a 2nd opinion?
Culture that urine.: A urinalysis (ua) cannot always identify the presence of bacteria or an infection. Although leukocytes can be present in the urine from other non-infectious causes, an infection should always be considered, and only a urine culture can diagnose or exclude an infection. ...Read more
What tha show all bacterial infection show in blood culture (fever investigation) for example tonsillitis?
Can a nasal steroid spray mask the symptoms of a bacterial infection? Treated for allergy for 1 yr, but mucus sample shows Pseudomonas Aeruginosa.
Yes, if you: Use it too much or too often. Now you have a bacterial infection that hopefully will respond to antibiotics, but you can also get fungus or other atypical infections. Antibiotics will not help these. You need to consult with an ENT specialist for definitive treatment. Surgery might be necessary. ...Read more
Roux n y gastric bypass 3 years ago. 23 yrs. Pressure and nausea in upper stomach. Many tests show nothing. Bacterial infection in bottom stomach?
See yourMD: And referral to your gastroenterologist... Ask your physician to make your referral... I hope this helps.. ...Read more
Don't know where on: Your body the infection is. However if you have an infection that is not improving or is getting worse - seek medical help. ...Read more
Difficult to say: This question is so broad, it's hard to answer. There are various 'groups' of people one could look at - from babies, so kids, to adults, and even older folks. Then, you can throw race into the mix, because God made us all different so there's that. Plus, there are different 'regions of the body' that could be infected - like skin, urine, lung etc. I like to go to the CDC website for the best info ...Read more
Some, yes: Bv. Or bacterial vaginosis can be passed back and forth. Some doctors routinely treat both partners, especially if recurrent. ...Read more
Yes: Certain bacterial, viral, and fungal infections are more prevalent in different parts of the world. If you plan to travel, you should consult with your physician about your destination and check that all of your vaccines are up to date. The hepatitis a vaccine is commonly given to travelers because the hepatitis a virus is food-borne and easily spread at restaurants. ...Read more
Vaginal infections.: Bacterial vaginosis is one type and sexually transmitted bacterial diseases are another. ...Read more
Doesn't exist: Bacteria can be in the vagina cervix and even uterus but the ovaries not. Sometimes you can get infections in the tubes ie. Salpingitis which usually makes you really sick and we call it pid (pelvi inflammatory disease) that is usually serious and requires hospitalization and its caused by an std chlamydia, gonorrhea and others. ...Read more
A bacterial infection on the skin can take many forms. From a mild, red, slightly painful area to an area of skin which can bright red skin withhave large draining blisters that have a terrible odor. With this type of infection you may even run a fever and feel sick all over.
I you have what you think is a skin infection of more than a couple days duration seel medical attention. ...Read more
No: There is no antibacterial effect in monostat. ...Read more
Several things: Incomplete treatment comes to mind. If you didn't finish your course of antibiotics, you could have grown some resistant bugs. Although not strictly an std, it is possible that a sexual partner could have re-infected you if you had sex during treatment. You might also consider using a probiotic to replenish your natural vaginal flora and re-establish a proper ph. See your ob-gyn for more ideas. ...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
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