Patient : I have been treated for months with different types of antibiotics for enterococcus species UTI. My newest antibiogram shows that the bacteria suddenly becomes sensitive on the antibiotic of the type trimethoprim-sulfomethosazol, in which previously was shown to be resistant. What I've known is that bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics, is it possible to be reverse? Tahnk you.
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