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Urine RBC with urinary incontinence. Taken Sultamcillin and co amox. What is the indication of RBC in urine?

my urine rbc is 20-25 with urinary incontinence mild I took sultamcillin last april because infected woundon my face
then july abscess on my axilla given co amox for 1wk then by last week of aug again on my eye abscess and they gave me sultam for 1 week and the doctor advice to took vit centrum gold Im 49 years old female G3P3. what is the indication of my rbc in the urine
Asked On : Tue, 8 Oct 2013
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hi,
Rbc's in urine indicates infection, inflammation or injury to urinary tract. Most likely cause is infection. other causes like stones and very rarely malignancy should be considered. Check if there are any pus cells in urine. Get an ultrasound of the abdomen.
Since you are developing abscess at multiple sites, check your blood sugar to look for diabetes.
Since you are also having urinary incontinence most likely cause is infection. consult your urologist.
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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