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How can I avoid frequent urinary infections ?

Every year I always get urinary tract infection and just recently I had it again and the pus cells in my urine is plenty plus there is blood in it. The discomfort is so terrible that i have to take leave for 3 days. Can you give any suggestions as to avoid having this infection again? Maribeth
Asked On : Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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boss what r u doing waiting till UTI affect ur kidneys.please stop trying and move towards urologist if this happens u r going to be in gr8 trouble.make it sure that it should not continue in coming yrs thanx a lot no medical advice only 1 adv. go to urologist
Answered: Sat, 11 Jun 2011
Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
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Having pus and blood in the urine is suggestive of Kidney stones possibly in the Ureter or Urinary bladder. You need to get an X-ray abdomen and/or ultrasound to confirm dear. Get the investigations as required by the Urologist. Drink plenty of water and drink cranberry juice which helps to fight infections and prevent the symptoms.
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