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Does increased WBC and RBC in urine mean UTI ?

hi my name is May, i had a problem with urinating this is about 3 days ago and i urinate blood fresh blood i was thought its only because my menstration but since my menstration almost done i still see fresh blood if i urinate so when im found out that blood cames from urine i went to the doctor to check and the result is tranparency: turbid Specific gravity 1.010 Reaction: acidic Albumin: Trace Sugar: Negative WBC: too numerous to count RBC: 15-20?HPF Epithelial Cells: + Bacteria: ++ . can you explain pls if this is UTI? and why i urinate fresh blood i feel a bit scared because of this its first time for me is this dangerous? pls. help thank you hi my name is May, i had a problem with urinating this is about 3 days ago and i urinate blood fresh blood i was thought its only because my menstration but since my menstration almost done i still see fresh blood if i urinate so when im found out that blood cames from urine i went to the doctor to check and the result is tranparency: turbid Specific gravity 1.010 Reaction: acidic Albumin: Trace Sugar: Negative WBC: too numerous to count RBC: 15-20?HPF Epithelial Cells: + Bacteria: ++ . can you explain pls if this is UTI? and why i urinate fresh blood i feel a bit scared because of this its first time for me is this dangerous? pls. help thank you
Asked On : Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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This is UTI because there are a lot of WBCs. The blood could be due to a bladder stone or less possibly a ureteric stone which is damaging your delicate lining inside. You need to get an ultrasound KUB to confirm. Are you on any medications. Have you had fever.
Answered: Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Chirag Soni's  Response
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You are certainly suffering from severe UTI.Sometime blood is there because of severe infection..also go for Ultra sonography of abdomen to rule out any stone formation is there or not..Stone and excessive salts give rise to fresh blood in urine.
Dont worry ,consult you physician for better medical management...
Take plenty of fluids,drink always RO. water,hygiennic care during periods...
Answered: Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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General Surgeon Dr. Rajinder Bajoria's  Response
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Thanks for your query.     
painless haematuria is most commonly due to UTI,start a course of antibiotics and also get the ultrasound done to find any other reason
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Answered: Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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OBGYN Dr. Reji. D's  Response
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most probably you may have cystitis( infection of bladder)or renal stones,so you have to do a urine culture and an ultra sond scan to confirm the diagnosis.any way don't worry in both cases a urologist can treat your problem completly so don't waste time
Answered: Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Channabasappa K's  Response
hi welcome to hcm, menustral bleeding usually lasts for 5days fromdate of onset.as your investigations almost coralets with UTI as expected but 1)are you feel burning sensation while micturation&any rise in temp,that you av noticed?3)R U FEEL tiered&weakness? if so,then it favours UTI only,which need to be treated with broad spectrum antibiotics,&it would be better if treating physican send urine sampel for cultur&sensitivity,to slect best antiobiotics too. i get x-ray KUB for any stones in bladder or ureaters.TAKE PLENTY OF FLUIDS WITH (NIMBU)CITRUS FRUITS CONTAIN POATSSIUM,ADD PINCH OF TABEL SALT,SO IT HELPS GOOD HYDRATION&ELECTROLITE BALANE DURING HYDRATION THERAPY.CONSULT PHYSICAN OR UROLOGIST AT EARLIST.OK,BYE
Answered: Sun, 19 Jun 2011
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