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Have urinary tract infection, fever. Taken medication. Urine test shows pus cells. Dangerous?

Hi my name is mom is suffering from unrinary tract infection..its been 1 month n was hospitalised but stil deres a fever ..we went through all medication n was discharged in a aatisfactory condition but afta few days shes again struck wid fever and is hoapitalised again..recent urine report says she has 30-50/hpf of puss it dangerious now...could that be fatal for my mom?
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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It looks your mother has developed chronic UTI and in such type of chronic infections,you need to give proper antibiotics,after culture and sensitivity of urine,for many months.
There are several conditions which make the urine tract infection chronic and these are
Advanced age
Kidney stones
Lying immobile for a long time
if you have chills,fever,vomiting or back or side pain,then this could mean kidney infection.
You have to get all the investigations done to see for any problem which might be making it difficult to treat UTI.
these investigations are
CT abdomen
voiding cystourethrogram etc.
You must consult a urologist and take proper treatment after all relevant investigations.
She shall definitely be all right.

Answered: Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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