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Pus cells in urine, burning sensation in upper thighs, right sided back pain. Treatment?

I have from 12 to 15 pus cells in urine ,i m a female, i suffer burning in the right up side of my thigh and the right side of my back hurts too.What should i do . I forgot to tell you that i went to a doctor 2 months ago suffering the same symptoms, he gave mer medicine and i felt better 2 days after that. now it s back.What should I do plz? Thank you
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.
Pus cells in urine is normally is 0-1 but if 12-15 cells is definitely worrisome. this suggests urinary tract infection (UTI). I suggest you get a urine culture and sensitivity and get a prescription for antibiotics from your doctor based on the result. I also suggest to drink lots of water to flush out the infection. Please maintain personal hygiene to avoid reinfection. thanks.
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