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C Trachomatis Dna
On my medical records, it says that a test that was taken was performed using the bd probetec chlamydia trachomatis and neisseria gonorrhoeoae amplified DNA assays, does that indicate that it was a DNA probe test?
C.trachomatis RNA TMA Result: Detected. Standard range: Not detected. Test performed using the Aptima Combo2 (R) assay gen-probe(r)
You have chlamydia: "Detected" means the test found chlamydia -- i.e. a positive result. Return to the doctor or clinic where the test was done for treatment. (If you tested yourself at a lab, see a doctor or clinic ASAP.) Your current or recent sex partner(s) also need treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
That means: U do not have it.Get a more detailed answer ›
STI: Chlamydia trachomatis is the most common bacterial cause of sexually transmitted genital infections. The majority of affected people have no symptoms, and therefore provide an ongoing reservoir for infection. It usually causes cervicitis in women, which can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease. In men, it causes nongonococcal urethritis. It can also cause epididymitis, prostatitis, and proctitis. ...Read more
I guess my 3 yrs old daughter have had inborn c.Trachomatis but can't find any exact test.Are c.Pneumoslide & c.Tracho antibodies panel test effective?
See your doctor: If you are worried about chlamydia in your 3-year old, you need to speak your pediatrician and share your concerns. Blood tests alone are not helpful. ...Read more
Is it possible that a man living long time with klebsiella pneumoniae without treatment.Is this infection automatically gone like c.trachomatis?
Klebsiella: Yes it can go away, automatically the question needs to be refined for clarity ...Read more
I am suffering c.Trachomatis(recently diagnosed) since 17 yrs including aortic aneurysm and more.Am i curable?Does chronic c.Trach cause any aneurysm?
Difficult: You need to be seen and thoroughly evaluated by a good pcp and referred to appropriate specialists. Chlamydia does not produce aortic aneurysms and you do not say where in the aorta this is located, but if in the ascending aorta, syphilis must be considered. This may require surgery and outcomes are good. See someone soon and best wishes. ...Read more
After c/s of my semen is infected by klebsiella pneumoniae.Is it related with c.trachomatis or different infection?Is it curable?
Different infection: Klebsiella pneumoniae is a different organism from Chlamydia trachomatis and may require 2 different antibiotics to treat and cure both infections. Would follow up with your doctor for further treatment options. ...Read more
Is it possible that Betadine could be used internally to disinfect rectal or urethral Chlamydia? Studies show Betadine wipes out C. trachomatis 100%
No way, won't work: Betadine kills or inhibits many bacteria on the skin and often helps prevent infection in certain situations, e.g. surgery. But it does not cure any infection and would not help chlamydia in the urethra, rectum, or anywhere else. If you have chlamydia or maybe exposed, see a doctor or clinic for proper medical evaluation, testing, and treatment. There are no short cuts! ...Read more
assume, a man has lgv and test only
c.Trachomatis IgG or c.Trachomatis pcr, should result come positive for chlamydia?
Rough disease: The diagnosis of lymphogranuloma venereum is primarily clinical. If my labs were equivocal or even nonsupportive but i was concerned that i had it, i would undergo the full, long course of treatment. I'd be interested in hearing from the infectious disease folks as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor suggest me semen test for c/s including MIC values.Is this test can able to find c,trachomatis infection?
Precautions: The best precaution is not to be sexually active until you know the results of your testing. ...Read more
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