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Is 2-4 hpf wbc considered uti ?

2-4 hpf wbc considered uti? my uti always comes back my ob said its because of cerevicitis i have, but now im cleared with cervicitis but still have uti?
Asked On : Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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Only more than 5 WBC's/e significant. The idea is to treat the symptoms and not the reports. If you continue to have symptomatic UTI, the right person to consult is urologist
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Rajiv Goel, Consultant urologist, gurgaon
Answered: Tue, 8 Mar 2011
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WBC if more thn 5 hpf indicates infection. Do you have any symptoms?
Now that cervicitis is cleared, UTI symptoms (if present) will also go away. Continue with other measures you may be taking ( like taking more liquids, not holding urine for long time, washing front to back from front to back etc).

Also you can take homoepathic remedies for this problem, if it recurrs.
Answered: Sun, 6 Mar 2011
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