27 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hi i am 25 weeks pregnant.today i recieved my urine culture report and its shows positive.i am so much worried.please help me what i have to do now

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Answer: hi dear! so dear means that you have the infection dear. so your doctor might prescribe you tablet taxim 200 but you will have to consult with your doctor dear. also take the reports and visit your doctor dear. and dont worry just drink alot of water dear. and also if you are using a jet spray to clean your area after peeing then i would advice you to stop using jet spray rather you can pour water from above from the tummy side . dont worry dear its a treatable thing dear. and if the urine culture is positive dear then the organism causing it will also be written dear like e coli or klebsiella pneumonia but dont worry dear its a treatable infection and your baby is safe so dont worry about it dear. take care dear! i hope this information is helpful to you!
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