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Having persisting fever and vomiting. Yellowish cloudy urine. Taken norflox for UTI. CBC showing pus cells, leucocytes and mucus. Suggestions?

i have persistent fever 100.1F since last 15 days.i have stone problem. My urine has benn pale yello and sometime cloudy and has been frequently having sensation of urination .hence i assumed UTI and took 400mg of Norflox(combination of norfloxacin and lactic bacill) and paracetemol twice daily for five days .but fever persisted hence urine and CBC got done yesterday.Reports shows: Pus Cells 6. Mucus traced.Leucocytes found.WBC 0000.still have fever associated with nausea. pls advice.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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Thanks for the query.
I suggest that you see a physician right away as it looks like you have a severe UTI.
We need to do a urine culture to determine whether the bacteria is sensitive to norflox.
Based on the results your doctor can prescribe the appropriate antibiotic.
Meanwhile keep yourself well hydrated.
Hope this helps
Good luck.
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