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I am pregnant and my urine test shows 2-3 pus cells. Is this normal ?

Hi i am female. i am pregnant . i had my urine test result which shows 2-3 pus cells and 2-3 epith cells/HPF seen. can you tell me is it normal?
Asked On : Sun, 19 Jun 2011
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your urine routine and microscopy report is within normal limit .. i wud lik to ask if you hav any urine burning micturition or difficulty in passing urine..
Answered: Tue, 28 Jun 2011
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hi mahi,
u havent describe ur preg. age. second why you gone for urine analysis.let it. your report shows little bacterial which your epitiliac cells of urinary bladder is shadding off.not to worry if your preg. age is more then 12 weeks you can go for antibiotics,u can use renalka syp of himalaya u could be cured with that only because it will incease your urine ph and you will get releaf from burnind sensetion and itching.thank u.
Answered: Sun, 19 Jun 2011
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