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Infant having painful urination, urine test showed pus and epithelial cells. What should be done?

my kid is of 8month, he is suffering of pain while passing urine . i did the urine test today and below are the results Colour-Straw Appearance-turbid ph-6.0 SP gravity-1.005 Puss cells-2-3/hpf Epithelial-3-4/hpf blood-present rbc-nill casts-nill crystals-nill others- nill is there anything to worry
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Hi, thanks for visiting HCMagic.
The urine exam seems to be normal. The only thing is that you wrote that "blood - present" and you too wrote "rbc nill" (red blood cells = nill, means that there is not blood in the urine). So Everything is in the normal range (i think you meant that blood was not present) . A pediatrician should continue studying your son to determine the cause of his pain.
Answered: Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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