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3 months old having high temperature. Pus cells in urine. Is this the reason for fever?

my daughter is 3 months old. she is having temperature around 100f and also pus cells in urine , what could be the reason for temperature. is it pus cells or any thing else. her reports for urine test are color light yellow turbidity + deposit + ph 8 albumin nil sugar nil acetone nil bilirubin nil urobilinogen nornal blood nil pus cells 16-20 RBC 2-4 epithelial cells many cast nil crystals amorphous phosphates++ bacteria nil triple phosphate +
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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thanks for writing to health care magic

urine infection could be the cause of fever here

is your child also having other complaints like increased frequency of passing urine or urgency or burning urination

a culture of urine would confirm the diagnosis and identify the organism causing urine infection

plenty of water should be given

antibiotics are given by treating doctor in such scenario

hope this helps

take care
Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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