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Puss cells of 20-25/ hpf in a 13 months baby, kindly suggest immediate treatment

Puss cells of 20-25/ hpf in a 13 months baby. Dear Doctor Hi I am from Delhi My daughter is dignosed with 20 25/ hpf puss cells. She is just 13 months old and need your advise on: * is it normal to have a level of 20-25/ hpf puss cells to a 13 months old baby ? * how bad is this for a kid of 13 months old ? * what is the immediate treatment ? * where can we take her for the treatment? * will it affect her in the longer run or in future in her growth? * we are from delhi so please advise the best health centre for the treatment ? Thanks for all your help and assistance and shall look forward for your advise. Rgds Tj
Asked On : Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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pus cells in urine is not a normal is due to urinary tract infection.u need to go for a short trem treatment.kindly tell other urine related symptoms like if baby weeps before urnination or foul smell in urnine or any itcing at urination area.homeopathy may be best option as it is quiet safe for kids and wil give quick result
regards dr.jagat
Answered: Wed, 2 Feb 2011
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