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Bacteria in Urinalysis?

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A bacterium in urinalysis is a common result during urinalysis because there are high numbers of normal microbial flora of the vagina and urethral meatus. The outcome of rare 'A' bacteria in a urinalysis test means that conclusion of the test means that there is few bacteria in your meatus.
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In my urine for culture and antibiotic sensitivity test , pus cells are 10-12/hpf an bacteria is present. there is no growth of aerobic incubation after 48 hours. what does this all
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No, not a gyno. Start with your regular doctor. He/She should be able to take care of this. A urologist would be the specialist you probably won't need to see. Good luck to you! :
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It means that when your urine sediment was looked at under microscope, an occasional bacteria was visualized. We all pick up bacteria from outside the urinary tract when we urinate.
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