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On gynothoron cream. Have yeast surgery. Tests showed pus cells. Meaning?

can you tell me the meaning of Name of test Normal out of range normal range pus cell 2+ 0-1/HPF epithelial 3+ GNB 3+ these are the ones that came up on the test with numbers and im jus wandering if i need to be worring, im currently on gynothron cream. i m 21 yrs of age and 5.6 i also have a history of yeast infection .
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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Hello and welcome to Healthcare Magic. Thanks for your query.

This urine test report indicates that you may be having a mild urinary tract infection. The term "GNB" refers to Gram Negative Bacteria, and the presence of this indicates an infection.

Urinary tract infections are usually treated with with antibiotics. So, if you are having symptoms like burning sensation while passing urine, fever or chills, then you may need a course of antibiotics. This is not a serious problem and most urinary infections resolve within a few days. I would also suggest that you drink plenty of fluids. Drinking cranberry juice can also help with urinary infections since it is a natural urinary antiseptic.

Wish you all the best.

Dr. Jonas Sundarakumar
Answered: Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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