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Painful urination, small urine passage, elevated hpf rbc, prescribed fluconazole, neopenotran forte, virlix. What am I suffering from?

what does 15-25/hpf rbc mean to a 57 yrs old woman? got irritation when urinating, was given fluconazole for 1 day, neopenotran forte for 7 days, virlix for 2 days, herbal (sambong, cram-uti, ran-hips plus tablets for 10 days) and was required to drink for 3 day 1-liter mixture of distilled water & cocconut juice w/ 1 tsp cream of tartar & 1 tsp baking soda). diagnozed w/ fungal infection , small urine passage accdg to ob-gyne)
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Hi, RBCs in urine could mean a severe urinary infection or something more. Get a repeat urine exam done and if everything is ok need not worry but if rbcs in urine contniue then you need to get further investigations done like an ultrasound/kub to rule out other problems. Take care.
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