This appears consistent with a urine culture result ...
>> 100,000 col/ ml is consistent with a urinary tract infection...
Enterobacter sp. Is a gram negative rod type bacteria ...not the MOST common cause of UTI but is a relatively regular culprit ( E. Coli is about 90 percent of UTI cause ...)
The Enterobacter species will respond to proper antibiotic...
You probably had bacteria test for antibiotic sensitivities as well ...( perhaps not ..it is not always done )
The sulfamethoxazole/ trimethoprim should cover the infection but a follow up check after you finish the antibiotic is recommended
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