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Thank you for your query.
The presence of leukocytes
in the urine indicates the presence of an infection. Although the most common cause for leukocytes in the urine is a bacterial urinary tract infection
, leukocytes can be present with other infections, in case of inflammation or even physical damage to the renal system.
As there are no other abnormalities, we could assume the cause for the leukocytes to be the yeast infection. I am sure they will subside once you are adequately treated for your recurrent yeast infections
. Ideally, recurrent infections should be treated with a slightly stronger dose and for a longer duration.
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