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How Does The Antibiotic Sensitivity Test Work
My wife antibiotic sensitivity test reports indicates lik this sensitivity-norflox,resistant- nitrofurmantoin..what does it mean?
Having pharyngitis for 4 months got throat culture sensitivity n CBC test show moderate bacterial growth had antibiotics doc gv me but still same?
Pharyngeal flora: Everybody has bacteria throughout their upper respiratory tracts. Very few of these have clinical significance, and very few that may need antibiotic therapy. Streptococcus pyogenes is treated to prevent the subsequent development of acute rheumatic fever. Do not know why or what you were given by your doctor, but you should definitely ask them. Hope this helps ...Read more
Did all test urine analysis culture all says no infection but urine burning and tenderness below belly doesn't go I just don't want to take antibioti ?
Here are some ...: Go to seek professional evaluation for more detailing Hx stressing the quality, quantity, & sequence of events of all symptoms and their potentially related discomforts over time to Doc for analysis + physical exams + tests as needed so to define what the underlying causes for your symptoms simulating UTI are for providing timely right Rx / care / counseling for now and future. ...Read more
Usually with...: ...Tetracyclines - shoud be mostly gone 24 hours after the last dose, completely gone 48 hours. ...Read more
Are there certain types of conjuctivitis (with severe light sensitivity) that do not respond to antibiotics?
Viral: Viral conjunctivitis is not treatable with antibiotics and can cause such irritation that the eyes become photophobic (sensitive to light). These usually run their course after making you miserable for a while. Supportive care, like staying out of bright light and using lubricant drops may help. ...Read more
What is treatment for UTI that is resistant to all oral antibiotics based on culture and sensitivity ??
It can: Sinus infections can be very stubborn to resolve. Some can take months. In addition, the position of the upper back teeth can also cause a sinus infection to persist if a tooth is infected (in some cases). It is possible that your sensitivity is originating in the sinus, the tooth, or both. A thorough examination would be necessary to narrow it down. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had 3 root canals 6 days ago (capped with temps + antibiotics). I still have puss-filled bubbles on my gums & sensitivity. Is this normal? Help pls!
See an endodontist: Oral infections such as certain chronic abscess can often be difficult to diagnose and treat. In addition to dental school, endodontists receive 2-3 more years of advanced education in this kind of diagnosis and treatment. That’s why you should see an endodontist for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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