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Ovaries removal done, has pain in abdominal region. TLC report showed pus cells in urine. Cause?

My mother is 58 years old and 6 month back her ovaries were removed because of some tumorous growth in her ovaries. At that time there was no signs of cancerous genes were observed but 15 days back she felt some pain in her abdominal region and after consulting with doctor and urine and TLC count report is showing that pus cells are coming in urine and TLC count was 0000.After having prescribed medicine of doctor her TLC count has been reduced from 0000 to 0000. Kindly let me know the possibility of disease....
Asked On : Fri, 21 Dec 2012
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
As you didn't mention the exact site of pain in abdomen , so very difficult to make any diagnosis .
But infection in the urine and raised T L C is a clear indication of renal infection( Kidney or urinary tract infection).
Since T L C decrease so this is good thing.
In my opinion get in ultrasound of urinary tract system , urine culture and drug sensitivity tests.
Also get in serum creatine and blood urea test to rule out any kidney involvement.
Consult an urologist and get his opinion.
Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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