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Can you have cervicitis and a UTI without having a STD type of bacteria or virus?

Can you have cervicitis and a UTI without having a STD type of bacteria or virus?

Yes, but r/o std: A woman can have cervicitis and urinary infection as unrelated entities, without std. However, it would be prudent to rule out std, especially gonorrhea and chlamydia as these are common and treatable.

Dr. Robert Killian
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Std (Definition)

This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more


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If you had an STD and gave a urine sample for a standard UTI screen, would bacteria from std be mistaken for just a UTI?

If you had an STD and gave a urine sample for a standard UTI screen, would bacteria from std be mistaken for just a UTI?

Usually not: STD screening and or germ testing must be ordered specifically because the germs involved require specialized testing and or growth media. Some UTI screening is based on presence of pus cells, which might cause a STD to be mistaken for a UTI. The best UTI screening is based on a culture which would miss the STD.

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So a urinalysis can show bacteria from UTI but not bacteria from an std?

So a urinalysis can show bacteria from UTI but not bacteria from an std?

STD: Yes there are some specific urine tests for stds. A urinalysis shows presence of bacteria but not what type of infection. Culture of urine is used to determine what specific bacteria is in the urine.

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Can sperm have bacteria that could cause a uti? My husband and I have been checked for std's. Only when he goes inside of me is when I get a uti.

UTI.: Uti following intercourse is more related to urethral trauma and perhaps driving of bacteria upwards into the bladder. These are best prevented by good hygiene, good hydration and urination after intercourse. If this doesn't work then prophylactic antibiotics can be considered.

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For uti caused by non-STD bacteria, will it infect the prostate also while infecting the epididymis?

For uti caused by non-STD bacteria, will it infect the prostate also while infecting the epididymis?

See below: As a general rule, all bacterial UTIs in men are considered "complicated." Primarily because of their increased "potential" to not just arise from and affect the bladder only, which is the more common scenario in women, but to affect the kidneys, prostate, and epididymis leading to more serious symptoms, potential complications, and increased morbidity. Often a sign of an underlying problem.

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Can you have a UTI caused by more than one bacteria such as a non STD bacteria and one such as chlamydia at the same time?

Can you have a UTI caused by more than one bacteria such as a non STD bacteria and one such as chlamydia at the same time?

You bet: Sexual activity is one of the most effective means of transmission of infection, and persons who have one std have a significant likelihood of having more than one. Syphilis, gonorrhea, trichomonas, chlamydia, hiv, and others can all coexist. Be careful.

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I have horrible burning when I urinate. I have had two UTI tests done and both come back negative for bacteria. I know it can't be an STD.?

I have horrible burning when I urinate. I have had two UTI tests done and both come back negative for bacteria. I know it can't be an STD.?

Keep working w/ doc: Some UTIs are missed by standard culture tests. Herpes can cause this even in people who seem to be at low risk for STD. Or another STD like gonorrhea or chlamydia, e.g. if your partner has been at risk without your knowledge. You could have a non-infectious bladder problem, like interstial cystitis. Keep working with your doctor, or see a specialist e.g. urologist. This can be worked out.

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I tested negative for nitrates and leukocytes on the UTI test. Seems I am free of bacteria. Does this mean I am free of UTI and STD infection?

I tested negative for nitrates and leukocytes on the UTI test. Seems I am free of bacteria. Does this mean I am free of UTI and STD infection?

Yes & no: Negative nitrites & leukocytes means that it's very unlikely for you to have a urinary tract infection. We also look under microscope for presence of white blood cells & bacteria as other signs of bladder or kidney infection. However, normal urinalysis doesn't tell us whether you have a sexually transmitted disease/infection or not. You have to ask for specific tests for each infection.

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I was wondering what causes vagina odour and green discharge? Neg std, neg bacterial vaginosis and no yeast & no uti infection what are the causes?

I was wondering what causes vagina odour and green discharge? Neg std, neg bacterial vaginosis and no yeast & no uti infection what are the causes?

Vaginal odor: Vaginal odor is typically caused by an elevated vaginal pH. Most common causes are bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis, retained tampons, old blood from menses and other infections. Your specific cause would have to be determined by the doctor doing your exam and tests.

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Will a UTI or vaginal bacterial infection or STD appear within hours of a female receiving prolonged (approx. One hour) of unprotected oral sex?

Will a UTI or vaginal bacterial infection or STD appear within hours of a female receiving prolonged (approx. One hour) of unprotected oral sex?

Depends: UTI or vaginal infection from oral sex is not likely. STDs are possible if the person giving oral sex has active sores on the lips or inside the mouth. If you are concerned about contracting STDs, you can get oral condoms. Practice safe sex is the best way to prevent STDs.

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UTI sym. Friend went to doc & they tested her for bacterial infections and STDS. Is that standard procedure to test for everything? Friend is nervous.

UTI sym. Friend went to doc & they tested her for bacterial infections and STDS. Is that standard procedure to test for everything? Friend is nervous.

No such thing as...: In modern medicine, there is no such thing as "everything" but doctors and patients might call it "everything". Specific tests are selected at one visit. If results are not as expected, and more testing is needed, then additional tests are selected. Only in very strange and hard-to-diagnose cases, after multiple visits and trips to specialists, should one say the "everything" has been tested for.

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What STD's can be detected by a pap smear? How long does it take for results? Does Pap smear show yeast bacterial vaginosis as well? Hiv? UTI?

What STD's can be detected by a pap smear? How long does it take for results? Does Pap smear show yeast bacterial vaginosis as well? Hiv? UTI?

See below: PAP smear is not designed to test for STDs. However it may reveal, herpes, HPV, trichhomonas, yeast and bacterial vaginosis. PAP results may a take a couple of weeks. Not finding these in a PAP smear does not exclude these infections. PAP does not reveal HIV. If you have a concern, you should see a doctor and get specific tests for the particular infection in question. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine.

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What treatment options are there for non bacterial urethritis? STD negative. Treating me for UTI but no relief. Bad pain at tip of penis when pee/ejac

What treatment options are there for non bacterial urethritis? STD negative. Treating me for UTI but no relief. Bad pain at tip of penis when pee/ejac

Could be chlamydia?: People are told they have non-gonnococcal urethritis and they have infection with chlamydia. Also bugs develop resistance to antibiotics. Get in touch with either the local infectious disease maven at your hospital or the state health department and go from there.

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Have bacterial orchitis. Took doxy, & rocephin (ceftriaxone).No help. Can't take floroqinones (joints)or bactrim (allergic)Any other meds? Not an std, or uti, was tested.

Have bacterial orchitis. Took doxy, & rocephin (ceftriaxone).No help. Can't take floroqinones (joints)or bactrim (allergic)Any other meds? Not an std, or uti, was tested.

Here are some. ..: Your condition needs to be reassessed by reviewing the onset, degree, duration, evolution, & progress of pain, swelling, response to Rx over time + physical exam + imaging studies to make sure the Dx was correct as bacterial orchitis, not testicular torsion? . So, seek professional reevaluation & confirmation before jumping further. Best wish. ..

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Burning urination, itching, and going frequently, I have been tested now for the entire std panel, UTI, yeast infections, bacterial yeast infections! ?

Burning urination, itching, and going frequently, I have been tested now for the entire std panel, UTI, yeast infections, bacterial yeast infections! ?

Needs an ID doctor: Some infections are not that easy to recognize - and if you have symptoms that are ongoing and troublesome, I would recommend seeing an Infectious Diseases doctor who can help sort things out. This 'second opinion' is sometimes what's needed when the initial work-up is non-revealing. Hope you find some relief!

Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers
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