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Question: critical pain & inflammation in urethra
|nitin - Thu May 28, 2009 1:53 am||
i am nitin(male,25 years)Suffering from pain & inflammation in urethra at tip of penis. this pain increases & become worse after ejaculation semen. The Doctor did a VDRL test, Urine examination & urine culture & sensitivity test. VDRL comes non-reactive, 8-10 pus cells & 3-4 epithelial cells in urine, urine culture reported as E.COLI & sensitivity determines norfloxcin(Resistant), cefixime(++), augmentin(++), amikacin(+++), Netlimycin (+++).Doctor given me (cefixime(200mg)+augmentin(625 mg) & Citralka liquid for seven days but I feel no relief. Then amikacin inj.(500 mg) 2 times a day is given for 5 days . But it increases the pain & inflammation & I stopped it after 3 days. Doctor again done all tests after one month . Pus cells become 6-8. Culture & sensitivity remains same as it is. But no relief in pain Please help me I want to know what disease I have & remedy for it. Because if I have an E.coli infection, it can be cured by above antibiotics but they had no effect
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Wed Aug 26, 2009 8:31 pm||
Hello,Sometimes invitro results do not give the desired results and your doctor may have to change the antibiotic.
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