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Has pain while urinating. Urine test shows Epithelial Cells 10-6/HPF. Advice?

Hi, My son is 25 years old. when he is passing urine he is geting severe pain and I have done cue and the result is as follows COMPLETE URINE EXAMINATION PHYSICAL EXAMINATION;- ____________________ Colour:- pale Yellow Appearance :- Turbid Reaction :- Acidic Specific Gravity:- 1.025 CHEMICAL EXAMINATION:- ______________________ Sugar :- Nil ALBUMIN: (+) MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION:- ______________________ Pus Cells:- 5-7/HPF Epithelial Cells: 10-6/HPF R.B.C :- Nil Casts :- Nil Crystals :- Nil OTHER :-Nil
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, your urine examination report indicates high pus cells. Because, we clinically take 5 pus cells as cut off value for UTI.

You have pain while urinating. That means, after correlating the report with your symptoms, it can be said that you are suffering from UTI. For this, you have to take a ciprofloxacin group of drug.

An alkalizing agent should also be considered.

Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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