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I have pus cell 30-35/HPF in my urine

hi doc!I m 33 years old male.last week got urine examination and i ve got the result.Physical examination color-straw,Appearance-slightly turbid, pH-7.5,Specific gravity-1.005.Chemical examination Sugar - Negative, Albumin-Trace Microscopic examination Pus cells-30-35/HPF,Red cells-0-2/HPF, ephithelial cells-rare, Bacteria-Few, Amorphous Phosphates-rare.I got also ultrasound and result is normal kidneys, Residual urin of 29% otherwise no other significant finding in the urinary bladder ..Kindly explain.I m worried of my Pus cells.thanks
Asked On : Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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The results suggest you are having a urinary tract infection. You need to get a Urine culture and sensitivity done to find out the bacteria causing this and get the right antibiotic. Also drink 2-3 litres of water a day to reduce chances of stone formation and reduce symptoms. Consult your Urologist after getting this test and get the appropriate treatment.
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