UTI and Mixed Urogenital Flora

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    varunika2007

    varunika2007 New Member

    Alright ladies...looks like I can never enjoy my pregnancy. I was diagnosed with UTI a week and a half ago even though there were no symptoms of UTI. My OB put me on antibiotics for 7 days. I repeated my urine culture yesterday and the results were

    LESS THAN 10,000 COL/ML MIXED UROGENITAL FLORA

    This sounds scary to me. What is this????? Has anyone been through this? Plz help. I am so scared.
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    irena_adler

    irena_adler New Member

    Well, the body has natural flora (bacteria) that you want it to have. But overgrowth would give you a UTI. It sounds to me like the test says the antibiotics did their job and your UTI is gone. Did the doctor not tell you this?
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    irena_adler

    irena_adler New Member

    Well, the body has natural flora (bacteria) that you want it to have. But overgrowth would give you a UTI. It sounds to me like the test says the antibiotics did their job and your UTI is gone. Did the doctor not tell you this?
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    varunika2007

    varunika2007 New Member

    no not yet. The hospital where my OB is they post all the results on the web and email you once the results are available. that;s how I cheked my results. Can't wait to hear from the OB on Monday.
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    varunika2007

    varunika2007 New Member

    no not yet. The hospital where my OB is they post all the results on the web and email you once the results are available. that;s how I cheked my results. Can't wait to hear from the OB on Monday.
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    Shasta18

    Shasta18 New Member

    This is generally considered a negative culture report and is good news if you had a proven UTI recently. Guess your abx did their job! BTW, 10,000 is a very small number in the bacteria world!
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    Shasta18

    Shasta18 New Member

    This is generally considered a negative culture report and is good news if you had a proven UTI recently. Guess your abx did their job! BTW, 10,000 is a very small number in the bacteria world!

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