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Pain in sides and lower back, fever. Had a urine test. Nitrite positive with RBC. Suggest?

Hi Doctors, I had a urine test and i need to understand the result which is: Transparency: Turbid Specific Gravity: 1.025 Acetone: 50 Epithelail cells: +++ WBC: 70-80 RBC: 8-12 Bacteria: ++++ Nitrite: positive I also have severe pain on my sides and lower back and just yesterday i had fever age: 25 gender: female thanks,
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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hello,
as per the details u have submitted,
you are suffering with UTI & PYELONEPHRITIS... u have lot of bacteria in ur urine and nitrites positive.. having fever indicates severity of the infection...

I advise you to get the following

1. urine culture and sensitivity-to sort out the exact bacteria causing the infection
2.complete blood work
3.ultra sound report of KUB

I ADVISE YOU TO CONSULT PHYSICIAN AS SOON AS POSSIBLE , OTHER WISE U WILL SUFFER A LOT.. BECOZ U NEED URGENT TREATMENT WITH ANTI-BIOTICS.

HOPE THIS WILL HELP U
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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