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Increased pus cells. Have diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure. Reason for high pus cells?

my has increased number of pus cells,,,she has done all the possible test,,,but eveything is negative,,no cyst,,no infevtion,,no abdominal pain ,,nothing,,then when she goes for check up it shows pus cell increased. she has diabetic, cholesterol , high blood pressure...please suggest why does pus cell shows hight,,,whn all her scans show normal.
Asked On : Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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Hi.As she is diabetic,she is more prone for infections.In complete blood picture test,there will be increased Polymorphs,whcih suggest that there is infection.Increased number of pus cells indicates that there is infection somewhere in the body.Please take anitbiotic and see the response.Even then ,the pus cells are high ,she should be further evaluated.take care.
Answered: Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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