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Recurrent Uti In Pregnancy
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Yes!: Sexual activity is not a prerequisite to getting urinary tract infections although it does increase the risk for them. Virginal people with recurrent UTIs should practice impeccable genitourinary hygiene, avoid synthetic underwear, use hypoallergenic fragrance free washes, shower rather than bathe, and have an evaluation for underlying anatomic issues. ...Read more
New symp of uti. Urgency, low fever, pressure. Nitrate and leukocyte neg but micro blood positive. Can urinalysis be neg in very early uti infections?
Unlikely: An 'ordinary' UTI should have symptoms localized to the urinary system, such as burning. However, if the infection travels beyond the bladder, then other symptoms like nausea/vomiting could occur. I wonder if your nausea is coming more from meds you might be taking FOR the UTI. What did the doc give you? Also, to confirm a UTI I need 2 things - a urinalysis AND a urine culture. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Could an untreated UTI lead to something worse? Tested positive for trace protein/blood in urine. Urine odor, odd sensation after urination.
20 weeks pregnant. Four rounds of antibiotics for uti. Dipstic showed WBC and blood in urine. Painful UTI symptoms. But culture is negative? What else
Uncle!SeeASpecialist: How frustrating!! Wow...First, some women can have symptoms but negative routine cultures which can either mean some non-infectious irritation for some reason or an"atypical"organism that requires a special culture &/or trial of an unusual antibiotic. Sometimes it's a problem in the urethra & not the bladder (irritative or infective). You might consider a Urologist especially since you're pregnant ...Read more
Suspected UTI with blood in urine and breakthrough bleeding. Previous history of PID. Could I have PID again? STI test negative.
Hematuria: It is not clear as to whether the blood in your urine is actually from vaginal contamination of the specimen. It is always possible that you could have a STD, since if you are having unprotected sex this is always a risk. Do not know what test was negative, but would advise you to see a doctor, provide a full detailed history and be re-examined, diagnosed and treated if necessary. ...Read more
Worst uti symptoms ever. severe bladder pain, burning, urgency, FOUL urine . uti dipstick only picked up trace leukocytes and no nitrites? infection?
Here are some...: Go to be checked by following instructions in the articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html & in http://formefirst.com/onUTI.html. Besides, it is still worthwhile to be treated once empirically since some 25-30% of women with typical UIT symptoms - dysuria, frequency, & urgency - will turn out to have negative urine culture. So doing, you gain insight on how to work with doctor. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Before taking antibiotics, a detailed general / urinary history and urinalysis are minimally required for suspecting UTI if you have not had recurrent UTI. But, if you know when a UTI is coming by history after prior evaluation, both nitofurantoin & sulf/trimethorpim remain the most practical yet effective drugs for everyday UTI without antibiotics overuse / abuse. Ask Doc for detail. ...Read more
Timeline?: It takes a day or so before symptoms of a UTI subside, even when on appropriate antibiotics. Alternatively, the batreria may be resistant to the medication you are using, and so the infection may not be adequately treated. Discussion with your provider is warranted. ...Read more
Does IgA nephropathy always cause blood in urine when you are having colds?Is hematuria always present in urinalysis?
Any time: Since a broad-spectrum antibiotic kills both disease-causing and innocuous bacteria, this allows the yeast to proliferate. However whether one ends up with an yeast infection would depend on the individual , the duration , ; the type of antibiotic. I often prescribe an anti-fungal drug along with the antibiotic for some. However during pregnancy a safer choice may be probiotics. ...Read more
UTI: Urinary tract infections are rare in uncircumcised boys, and very rare in circumcised boys. When they do occur, the boy is usually very young (days to weeks) and has something underlying in the urinary tract that predisposes to infection. The vast majority of boys i've seen complaining of pain with urination did not have a urinary tract infection, they had manual irritation. ...Read more
Pelvic pain. Gential pain. Blood in urine. Tested negative kidney stones appendisitis.uti negitive. Bedwetting moderate.
Here are some ...: Depsite 31, any documented blood in urine - visible or invisible - should be evaluated with imaging studies for kidneys / ureters & cystoscopy for bladder & urethra, especially at NO UTI. Peliv & genital pains and bedwetting may be related but not with blood in urine except having severe bladder stone or bladder tumor. So, follow with a Uro-doc to plan how to assess & care for your concerns. ...Read more
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Possible causes of recurrent UTI (white bc in urine) with no symptoms but flank pain? Sched for CT scan, could that detect a source of infections?
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A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
A urinary tract infection (often called UTI) is most commonly caused by bacteria and usually refers to an infection in the bladder. Not all bacteria that grows from the urine represents an infection, so the need for antibiotics is determined by your ...Read more
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