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Started with urine infection, dull pain above bladder, white blood cells in urine. Suggestions?

Hi im 20 years old and i started out with a urine infection about mid june and now my urine tests are not showing infection but i have a dull pain just above my bladder area and i have done 3 urine tests and there s been white blood cells in them everytime and im worried of what it could be or mean ive been refered to see a specialist soon but i need a doctor to tell me atleast what it could be because my GP wont tell me what it could mean any info will help ease my mind thankyou ben.
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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You might have had urinary tract infection which was treated by your GP. If urine now is showing pus cells which are less than 5 then it is normal. If more than 5 pus cells are there then you need evaluation for urinary infection which is not reponding to antibiotic or which is recurrent. Definitely you need to consult a urologist. He may advise you to get your urine cultured and an ultrasound of the abdomen.
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