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Constant urge of urination, burning in urethra. Pus cells, bacteria found in urine analysis. Taking medication

Hi I am a 22 year old femaie. I have been experiencing constant urge of urination since the past couple of days. A month back I had an episode or burning in my urethra but on excess water intake it resolved but at times I would still have the urge to urinate. Being a med student I self diagnosed that it could mean a possible uti . So I got the urine dr done. The result was as follows 10-12 pus cells, no RNC, no casts, no protein or epithelial cells, few bacteria and none virus or yeast . The specific gravity was 1.005 and Ph was 5. I just gave my urine for culture yesterday but I am waiting for it. I am having citralka and urinix meanwhile. Please help me with this case
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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hello there.

You have taken the right step.

Your urine microscopy shows infection. Culture is needed to start the right antibiotic to which the infecting organisms are sensitive.

So you should wait for your culture report.
Meanwhile taking citralka and urinix which your doctor has prescribed would help reduce your problems of burning and increased frequency of micturition.

Also take plenty of water to flush out the infection.
Maintain perineal hygiene with proper washing of the area after toilet use.

take care.
Answered: Sat, 17 Nov 2012
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