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"Gud evening docs, pls wats d interpretation of a lab test dat read thus when vaginal test was carried out after complaining of a slight lower abdomen pain: HVS Microscopy- Ris cells- 2-3/HPF - yeast cells- (H) - Bacto cells- Numerous -Epithelial cells- (H) Culture: Moderate growth of staphylococcus spp. Isolated. Then another table beside that also reads thus: ISOLATES 1. 2. 3. 4 TARIVID. S. H ERYTHROMYCIN. R TETRACYCLINE. S. H STREPTOMYCIN. R GENTAMYCIN. S. H CIPROXIN. R TINIFLOX. S. H AZITHROMYCIN. S. H SPARBACT. R AUGMENTIN. S. H "

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    A 31 years year old female asked:
    3 years ago
    Gud evening docs, pls wats d interpretation of a lab test dat read thus when vaginal test was carried out after complaining of a slight lower abdomen pain: HVS Microscopy- Ris cells- 2-3/HPF - yeast cells- (H) - Bacto cells- Numerous -Epithelial cells- (H) Culture: Moderate growth of staphylococcus spp. Isolated. Then another table beside that also reads thus: ISOLATES 1. 2. 3. 4 TARIVID. S. H ERYTHROMYCIN. R TETRACYCLINE. S. H STREPTOMYCIN. R GENTAMYCIN. S. H CIPROXIN. R TINIFLOX. S. H AZITHROMYCIN. S. H SPARBACT. R AUGMENTIN. S. H
    Dr. Alaba O answered:
    3 years ago
    Good evening. The lab test shows that you have a combined yeast (fungal) and bacterial infection, the specific bacterial organism being Staph aureus. As for the drugs listed in the table, those with 'S' infront of them are the ones to whicb the organism is sensitive. Using them alone or in combination will likely take care of the bacterial infection. Those with 'R' in front, won't work. Bestvto see your Dr to choose the best combination of drugs for you. Don't forget to treat the fungal infection too
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