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Urinary Disorders

Urinary Tract Infections

07/06/2010

Question:

I was treated for chlamydia two times, and when I got the test back I was negative. I`ve been taking a lot of antibotics: zanthrax, pencillin, amoxicillin, doxclyinie. If it is a antibiotic I took it. Now I feel like I still have something because I see bacteria in my urine and then a string looking like a sperm and cloudy urine sometimes. Do you think I have a UTI or a bladder infection? Please help me. I think I have chlamydia, but the doctor says I don`t. I did test postive one time for chlamydia a year ago, but was clear after 8 months. Can you help me?

Answer:

It is difficult to determine if there is an infection of the urine by just looking at it. I would suggest that you follow up with your doctor so he can get a better history, examine you and then send the urine for culture.

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Response by:

Donald R Bodner, MD Donald R Bodner, MD
Professor of Urology
School of Medicine
Case Western Reserve University