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launica0987 (@launica0987)

Urine culture

Kidney & Bladder | Last Active: Oct 15, 2023 | Replies (9)

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Welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect!
I see that Valerie gave you some important information about the bacteria E. coli.
Looking at the report you included it does say that you have a UTI caused by E. Coli.
People who have GI issues such as diarrhea are more prone to get UTIs.
I don’t think it would make liver disease worse as long as treatment is started as soon as possible. I hope that you have a prescription for antibiotics. Make sure you take them as directed. Sometimes, doctors want to check the urine again after the medicine is finished.
It also helps to drink plenty of water to flush the bacteria out of your system.

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I was giving UTI antibiotics to take so hopefully it clear away. Can there be complication to used the bathroom to poop with this condition. Thank you