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Bacterial shapes: Coccobacillary or coccobacilli just describes the 'shape' of the bacteria - what a doctor really needs to know is what species of germ is it, and what antibiotics will work against it. This is determined by capturing the germ and growing it in the lab, then we can find out it's strengths and weaknesses. There are Gram positive and Gram negative coccobacilli- so hopefully you could get more info. ...Read more
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It sounds like: you are reading a report, possibly from your pap smear. Coccobacilli are bacteria. It is a general name for many of the usual bugs/flora found in the vaginal tract. It refers to cocci--bacteria with a spherical, ovoid or generally round shape. The "shift" terminology indicates there may be more of a certain type than usually seen. This may indicate bacterial vaginosis, but more tests are needed. ...Read more
I had a paptest and the result shows coccobacilli and nonspecific moderate inflammation , is this cervical ca?:(
No: Based on the information you provided, this result does not indicate cancer, but an inflammatory condition (coccobacilli are bacteria). Gardnerella vaginalis is a coccobacillus that causes bacterial vaginosis. Another coccobacillus that may be found in that location is chlamydia trachomatis, a bacterium that can cause cervicitis (inflammation of the cervix) and pelvic inflammatory disease. ...Read more
If my papsmear results showed coccobacilli and nonspecific moderate inflammation , this this mean its cervicitis?
Good day, i just wnt to ask the result of my papsmear. As per descriptive diagnoses, there is a bacteria. Coccobacilli. Reactive changes:inflammation?
Mild infection: bacterial infection, not likely to have abnormal cell development. ...Read more
Papresult is positive coccobacilli plus moderate inflammation, should I worry ? Took metronida, and ask to take doxycycline week after
Bacterial vaginosis: Suspect that your are being treated for BV and this is fine. ...Read more
What is benign cellular changes pap smear associated by inflammation (bacterial coccobacilli infection)? Is it like a sexually transmmited disease?
I just had my pap smear and the result says that I have bacterial infection called coccobacilli. What treatment should I use?
Treatment: It is not in healthtap's tradition to give specific treatment advice. Why isn't the person who did the pap treating you? The doctor will be able to easily explain why or why not they are or are not treating you. ...Read more
Diagnosed w Chlamydia. Treated w gonorrhea & chlamydia antibiotics. 2Nd gram stain shows many g+ bacilli few pus cells. before theres many coccobacilli, pus. Few g+ bacilli & clue cells. Culture now light growth E. faecalis. Do I stil hav chlamydia?
Polymorfic flora with preponderance cocobacillus gram negativ
with suggestive appearance of bacterial vaginosis ("clue cells").What it means?Thank you
Abnormal flora: It sounds like your vaginal bacterial balance is out of whack. You may need some antibiotics, and i would follow that up with a vaginal probiotic to help build up your healthy bacteria. Your doctor should know what to prescribe. When you've completed that treatment, you can try going to whole foods to find a "vaginal" probiotic. (it won't help much to take it orally. Must insert vaginally). ...Read more
Hello what is the treatment for benign cocobacilli bacterial infection? It is a foul smell and vaginal itching and white discharge. Please help...
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