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Pregnant, urine and blood tests showed pus cells. Is it normal?

Hi..good morning..i am in my 16 weeks of my pregnancy,lately i undergone some blood and urine test and they found out that my pus cells count is 10-15, is this normal?i am 30 old, and actually this is my 2nd baby..thanking you in advance...have a nice day ahead.. sorry for i have any card for payment.can you please answer my questions for free?..please i am begging you..Godbless
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

What I think you are probably referring to is the "white blood cell count". During pregnancy this is NORMALLY a little elevated, often right around 12, but I have seen it higher under very normal circumstances. WBC's in your urine should prompt a urine culture to rule out a bladder infection which is a problem during pregnancy. But, from what you are telling me, it sounds like this is all related to findings on your blood test which, in fact, are likely normal if you are feeling well!

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