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I have been affected with prostatitis for almost 3 months now.
I have first performed a microbiology test on a sperm sample that gave as results:
- Streptococcus Sanguinins (10 to the 6th power UFC/ml)
- Streptococcus spp.
- Enterobacterie spp.
Following a 10 day treatment with Augmentin (2 x day; 625 mg), the symptoms have reappeared and I have performed another microbiology test on a sperm sample, one month after. This gave completely different results in terms of bacteria:
- Esc. Coli
- Enetrococcus Raffinosus
- Staphylococcus coagulase negative
Any idea about what this difference in bacteria population might mean?
Is it a good sign that the streptococci have been removed?
Would another course of Augmentin get rid of the remaining bacteria?
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