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Pus Culture And Sensitivity Report
I am suffering urine infection. Pl advice me. My report c/s: proteus growth epithical cell:2-4/hpf pus cell:6-9/hpf rbc;0-2/hpf sensitivity:imipenem.?
Doctor can recheck: A person who knows he has a urine infection can see his doctor to make sure he is getting the correct antibiotic, because some bacteria are resistant to certain antibiotics. After taking antibiotics, he can return to the lab to recheck his urine to make sure the treatment worked. Sometimes, the doctor will do further evaluations to see if there is a second medical problem causing the infection. ...Read more
What could cause nipple sensitivity and pus coming out? I didn’t have to press it out, my arm rubbed against my nipple
Twice now, I've had pus-filled spot on gum, which quickly burst causing pain/sensitivity. 3 dentists, 2 x-rays showed no infection. Any idea of cause?
Parulis fistula: Is a sign that there is chronic painless infection and your body is draining it out. They do not show up always on an x-ray. Unlike some other types of infection, a chronic gum abscess will not get better on its own. See a periodontist or endodontist for definitive diagnosis and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
My Daughter is experiencing drainage or pus and foot tenderness to touch. The following also describe her: Skin swelling, Skin redness or irritation, and Painful skin. What should she do?
See a doctor: Asap. Don't let the infection spread to the toes or up the leg. This requires immediate attention. ...Read more
What if urine detail report indicate 8 pus cells but urine culture shows no bacterial growth in my mother report and she doesn't has any previous uti.
My throat culture & sensitivity c/s report says "organism: moderate growth streptococcus viridans group" is this normal, I've white coating on tongue?
Possible fungal...: Overgrowth. If you have cultures, you are probably already on an antibiotic for something. S. Viridens is a common oral bacteria that we all have on some level. Yours may be higher than normal but the white on your tongue could be candidiasis from a lack of "regular" bacteria that keep it down. Try 1/2 hydrogen peroxide/ 1/2 or mouthwash, brush your tongue, if no luck see a dr. May need nystatin. ...Read more
Prostatitis likely: Your results could be from prostatitis. When the prostate swells the resulting inflammation can be seen on a semen analysis. If you've had chlamydia or gonorrhea in the past, or if you currently have any form of urethritis, this can result in pus in the semen (pyospermia). Treatment with antibiotics can correct it, reducing pyospermia's impact on fertility. Further testing if not improved. ...Read more
Inflammation: Assuming pus cells are white blood cells (wbc's) in the urine (pyuria), it is also seen in other situations such as irritation (eg. Urinary catheter) or excess wbc's (eg. Leukemias.). For uti's, clinical symptoms need to be prsent such as pain on urination. Note that you can still have a UTI without a positive cultre since not all bacteria can grow in the micro lab (eg. Chlamydia, mycoplasma). ...Read more
I am 55 female. Urine report shows pus cell- 6-8/HPF, R.C.B'S- 1-2/HPF, EPITHELIAL CELLS 8-10/HPF. Is tht normal?
Contaminated urine: If the urine was collected using good cleaning prior to urination, then it is not normal. If a woman does not use a good clean catch technique then the urine can be contaminated from surrounding secretions. There being more epithelial cells than blood cells indicates that this was most likely a contaminated urine specimen. The urine test should be repeated using good clean catch technique. ...Read more
That is okay, but...: By number, it is okay but a low margin of sperm count, and it is not advisable to just look at test report. Instead, make sure to refer and correlate the report to your clinical profile so to deduce clinical significance. How to put all pieces together for good care? Follow suggestions in https://ebettercare. Com/feel-become-sick/. Thereby you gain insight on how to work well with doctor so to.... ...Read more
I am a male aged 22 years Urine test reports show that the pus cells are 3-4 hpf and epithelial cells are 0-2 hpf. Is this normal?
3-4-0-2 HIKE!!!: If you don't have any symptoms I wouldn't worry. If you have symptoms, like PWP (Pain While Pissing) I'd need to know a little more about you. There could be lots of reasons to get your urine tested and you didn't say why. Something leaking out? Stain your underwear? Feeling sick (nausea, dizzy, etc)? Fever? Pain elsewhere? Peeing more or less than usual? But just 3-4 per hpf is not too impressive. ...Read more
I AM 42 YRS OLD WOMAN MY URINE REPORT IS AS BELOW PUS CELL 3-4 HPF EPITHELIAL CELL 13-15 HPF WHILE RBC 0-1. WHAT DOES IT PRESENT?
You're fine: The epithelial cells are from vaginal contamination. It's basically impossible to avoid this. Best wishes. ...Read more
I did my regular urine test. And report syas that I have rare epithelial cells and pus cells 0-2/hpf. Why it happens? Is there any serious prob
I am 47 years old woman. In my urine report there are pus cells 2-3/hdf and Epithellial cells 8-10/hdf. What does it mean? I am having UT infection?
My semen analysis report colour-geyirish-white volume-1.0ml count-122ml/million pus cells-plenty motility-85% morphology-normal plz justify it!
I just had a routine health check up and my test results showed occult blood and pus and the report said that the odor and color was normal please help?
Go back to your doc: Where is this occult blood and pus? Urine? Stool? Wherever it is, it sounds like this is something that you need to follow up on. Blood and pus are not normal, even if the odor and color are normal. If it's urine, it's possible to have blood and white blood cells in it if you were on your period. ...Read more
I had an hvs test done and my result was: pus cell: 1-3/hpf epithelial cell: + others: nil culture- no growth after 24 hours is the pus cell count ok?
Urinalysis?: If this was a urinalysis the results are entirely normal. ...Read more
My Routine all test urine test had plenty of pus cells and my urine culture came out negative. What is the meaning?
No urinary infection: When a urine culture results show no urinary tract infection, but the microscopic urine analysis shows many pus cells (white blood cells). It usually means that the specimen was contaminated by picking up some vaginal white blood cells (WBC) which are often present in small numbers in normal vaginal secretion. ...Read more
Had urine analysis, pus cell 2-3, phosphorate (+++) and in other findings section bacteria (+) is mentioned. Is this report ok?
No it's not.,: You likely have an infection in your pelvic area, probably a uti (urinary tract infection). You've got bacteria in your urine with white cells. Your phosphate reading might be from bacterial production, or something else. You should see your doctor asap to get this worked up and treated. Good luck. ...Read more
I had a cyst on my back that had to be cut and drained. I'm waiting for the culture but the pus was green does that indicate any type of bacteria?
PH is 8.5, Pus cells are 6-8/HPF, Pro. Motile:20%, Non Pro. Motile:35%, Non motile:45%, Count:43MM/ml in my semen analysis report. Should I take medicine?
I'm not sure how: Much help I can be as the terms in your report are not the same as typically used here in the US. First, I don't see a volume report...how many ml was in the sample. I don't know if "pro-motile" is the only category that should be considered motile...if so, it is low. The count is good. Infection should be considered with 6-8 pus cells/HPF. Best to review with your Doc and follow recommendation:) ...Read more
My son (1.2mc) pus in right gluteal region for 6 months. Report showed few gram positive cocci. It was discharged by operation. But again it is grownn. Why?
Sometimes things: Recur. Go back to the surgeon. Don't wait 6 months. ...Read more
I did an hvs test and the result is epithelial cell : numerous, pus cell 3 -4hpf yeast + others nill. When cultured it yielded scanty growth of candida?
Yeast? Other? STD?: Your test results are mixed. Visible yeast with pus cells suggests overgrowth and active yeast infection, but "scant growh" is slightly against it. If symptoms typical of a yeast (vaginal irritation and itching, usually little discharge), treatment for it probably will help. However, pus cells can suggest other infections, e.g. STD. Discuss with your doctor or clinic. Good luck! ...Read more
Laboratory tests: Every lab has their standards for a range of normal but WBC shouldn't be in our stool ...Read more
Suggests infection: Fecal leukocytes are not normally present in stool in healthy individuals, and if 6-10 is considered moderately elevated and suggest inflammation from infection, usually a bacterial infection such as Salmonella or Shigella or potentially Ameba. Viruses or allergy cause less reaction. Leukocytes in stool can also be associated with inflammatory bowel disease, but this is unlikely in an infant. ...Read more
In urine test of pathology report I (male -31) got Pus cells 2-3 and Epthelial cells as 1-2 range is it ok?
You're fine: Stop worrying and be thankful for good health. ...Read more
What to do if I had an UTI infectiom my report is pus cells full of fluid. This is running my unsafe period.?
Please clarify: It is not clear as to what the actual question is. Please re-submit with clarification. ...Read more
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