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Pregnant, got pus cell in urine analysis report, difficulty urinating. Serious something?

hi am pregnant at 6th month I had two weeks ago, severe pain right side it increase when i sleep .And a strange smell in the urine . i .Worked urinalysis result was pus cells 4-5 RBCS 4-5 epithelial cells ++ i drank barley , water and painkillers. Pain is over. Became natural color and smell normal, but I became difficulty urinating ... i worked urinalysis today and the result is... pus cells : 40-45 red cells :6-8 epithelial cells +++ what i can do doctor :(
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Suggests severe urinary infection,and that is not good specially in pregnancy might lead to complications and can spread very fast. You need to go for urine culture sensitivity test and start off with antibiotics after consulting your doctor as soon as possible. Drink a lot of water and meet your doctor soon. Take care
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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