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Well, Urine is normally sterile and as such there should be no growth. Greater than 100,000 CFU/mL of any single colony type is considered evidence of UTI.
Also bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli) cause the majority of lower urinary tract infections.
In most of the cases such infection is treated with-trimethoprim
-sulfamethoxazole, ciprofloxacin, and nitrofurantoin
If this is complicated case, then doctor advise it to treat with Gram-negative organism, oral fluoroquinolone
Enterococcus species, ampicillin
or amoxicillin with or without gentamicin (Garamycin).
Also you should follow these tips-
-Maintain a high fluid intake to be sure you have good urine output-at least one to two quarts of fluid in 24 hours.
-Drink cranberry juice.
-Empty their bladder as soon as they feel the urge to urinate, even if it does not feel full.
-Avoid foods that may irritate the bladder, such as spicy foods, alcohol, or beverages containing caffeine.
Please make an appointment with Urologist for management of this issue. Good luck and take care.
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