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Pregnant, have intense vaginal irritation with white discharge, blood test shows low HB, urine test shows pus cells. Conclusion?

Hi, i am 36 years old and I am pregnant for about 5 months plus.This will be my second baby.I would like to know that recently i have done my blood and urine test, so in my blood test result my HEMOGLOBIN is 8.4 gm/dl 53% (clorimetric method). And in my urine test result my Pus Cell is 30-40/HPF .So now I want to know what does it means or detail information of the result.And also it has been more than a month my vaginal area is too much irritating and sometimes white colour liquid comes from that area.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

According to your reports and symptoms:
Your hemoglobin value is low indicting mild anemia.
Your are having urinary tract infection as you are having plenty of pus cells(if the sample was collected properly).
There is possibility of vaginal infection.
So you once get examined with your doctor and take iron supplements for anemia, antibiotics for UTI and vaginal infection.

Take care.

Answered: Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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