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Urinalysis showed UTI, RBC, epithelial cells, mucus threads, bacteria and pus cells. Am I okay?

hello! I had a urinalysis test and they told me i had a urinary tract infection . this is the first tine in history i got this infection. after this, i ate healthy foods , i avoid smoking, no junk foods, no sodas, and i drink plenty of cranberry juice. then i had another urinalysis test. i researched the results. some are normal. but i m not so sure about these: red cells:3-4/hpf, epithelial cells: few, mucus threads: few, phosphates: few, bacteria: few, pus cells: 7-9/hpf
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
hello, welcome to HCM,
as per the details u have submitted, the urine anaylysis report says that , you still have the UTI..becoz, you got RBC s and bacteria and also pus cells.. 3-4 pus cells is common phenomenon., but u have got excess pus cells and also bacteria..
so i advise you to consult a urologist and also get ULTRASOUND for KUB region KIDNEY, URETER, BLADDER . after taking the sonogram and repeating urine analysis, the urologist will prescribe the medications....

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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
You have taken all steps according to your knowledge and ideas.
Consult doctor and go for one course of antibiotic which will clear your urinary infection.
Ok and bye.
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