Diplococcus Bacteria In Urine In Small Amounts?
diplococus was found in small amounts of urine. am i still infected
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Previously, it helps you explain in advance, whether the coloring of grams in your urine is carried out, if yes whether the diplococcus found is gram negative or gram positive? Have you ever done an examination of fluid from the genitals, if yes, what results did your doctor find? Has the previous therapy been done, if yes what therapy is given?
Basically diplococcus bacteria have various types, so if you can provide a more complete explanation of your disease history and examination and treatment carried out before, it will greatly help direct the diagnosis of your disease. If your question leads to gonorrhea infection, you have been diagnosed with gonorrhea before and have received treatment, so the presence of diplococcus in your urine (even though the amount is small) still indicates that you are still infected with gonorrhea. In this case, evaluation must be carried out on the therapy given, whether the regimen is correct, whether the dosage is right, did you have sex at a time when you should not have sex? You will also be advised to get an antibiotic sensitivity check and get re-therapy.
We recommend that you bring back the results of the examination to the doctor who treats you or you can also consult directly with a dermatologist and sex for further evaluation and treatment.
If you do not know clearly the diagnosis of your disease, you should also bring the results of the examination to the doctor who requested an examination to be given further explanation, related to the symptoms you feel and the results of your physical examination.
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