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Having frequent urination, pelvic pain and discomfort during urination. Urine test showed pus cells. Had PCOD. PCOD?

hello sir, i suffered from these days i am facing problems like frequent urination , pain in pelvic region,also feel discomfort during urination .....i have go through urine test in which 4-5 pus cells are examined.....i want to know that iam facing this problem due to PCOD???? please reply me as soon as possible...
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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Presence of pus cells in the urine is a sign of UTI(urinary tract infection)
and the symptoms like
1.burning sensation while passing urine
2.frequent urination
3.pain in the pelvic region
5.back ache etc..,

So for uti i usually prescribe Sulfamethoxazole-trimethoprim(cotrimaxazole) or amoxycillin or levofloxacin..

You have also pcod,,and use medications regularly for that..

The cause of your symptoms is not due to PCOD
consult gynecologist for more details..
Thank you
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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