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Testicular Infection Treatment
Symptoms include....: ....Pain with urination, frequent urination, incomplete urination, bladder pain, kidney pain, fever, vomiting, etc.. Treatment includes urine culture to find out what the germ is, antibiotics to kill the germ, fluids to flush out the urinary tract, and sometimes an investigation to find out why the urinary tract got infected to begin with. ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
I have infection of tinia cruris....Last yr this was happend but becoz of treatment it healed ...Bt now it seems once again...Waht to do...?
Severe infection: warrants prompt medical evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can chronic HPV infection clear up after llettz treatment or is this something i will face again ?
Maybe: When we say HPV has 'cleared' it means that we can't detect it in the layers of skin that we're testing. However, it may be buried in deep layers. Even more likely is that you may get re-infected, since HPV is the most commonly sexually transmitted disease and there's no real way to test for it. Make sure to use condoms, and talk to your medical provider about the HPV vaccine (it still may help) ...Read more
I have some sort of infection on my tonsils. What could it be if it heals without treatment? (I still plan on seeking medical help)
I have cellulitis from an abcess is it a good sign the pain isn't as bad even though the infection is still bad i haven't gotten treatment yet?
I am having recurrent klebsiella infections after cdiff / treatment. Can my family get this from me? I am now on methanmine to keep them at bay.
If tested positive for unreaplasma/mycoplasma after treatment could I be reinfected by someone w/o this infection.. Will I always have this infection ?
Normal bacteria: These are normal bacteria in the genital tract; at any time, half of all sexually active people have them. They are shared sexually, but rarely cause symptoms or disease. No treatment is needed for them. it is normal for them to reappear after treatment. You do not have "an infecion"; you are simply carrying normal bacteria. Maybe not "always" there, but probably a lot of the time. No worries! ...Read more
Going to E.R.: Specific treatment of stec is not usually necessary antibiotics are not recommended and may be harmful anti-diarrhoeal medicines should be avoided hus is a serious disease that is treated in intensive care units in hospitals. Dialysis and blood transfusions are often required. http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/factsheets/infectious/shigatoxigenic.html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Need details: Cellulitis is a serious bacterial infection. Antibiotic is useful. The term is frequently used when poorly-informed DR's notice red, swollen skin. Eczema, stasis dermatitis, contact dermatitis are much more common than cellulitis and require very different therapy. If it is itchy rather than painful, if there is no fever, if there is clear discharge instead of pus, bet on something other than cell ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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