Straw coloured, cloudy or milky urine is typical for a urinary tract infection
specially when taken together with such a high number of Pus Cells and acidic pH of the urine.
Amorphous urates can mean you may have high serum uric acid levels. So you can get that checked and the decision for treating it would depend upon the results. if 11 mg/dL or greater (in absence of gout
symptoms) need to be brought down to prevent stone formation in the kidneys.
So at present you need to drink lots of fluids and take an antibiotic for the urinary tract
infection. usually a drug from the fluoroquinolone group of antibiotics should be helpful when taken for 5 to 7 days.
However if that does not help you may need another test to be done known as the Urine Culture sensitivity for identifying the exact type of organism responsible and the most effective antibiotic against it.
Hope this helped