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What would be the consequences of having a urine infection after an abortion and how can it be treated ?

I am 20 years old and i had an abortion 4 days ago. In my urine examination i was found with urine infection.? It reads trace of ALBUMIN , PUS cells 6-8/HPF, EPITHELIAL Cells 7-9/HPF , PH 6.0 , in the quantity of 30 ml. My Doctor gave my antibiotics for 5 days. i want to understand what this infection means and what are the consequences and remedies. please be grateful by helping me.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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HELLO............
THANKS FOR POSTING QUERY.
20 YEAR OLD FEMALE . POST ABORTION STATUS.
URINE EXAMINATION SUGGESTIVE OF TRACE ALBUMIN,6-8 PUS CELLS/HPF
.ITS URINARY TRACT INFECTION THOUGH 4-6 PUS CELLS IN URINE IN CASE OF FEMALE IS NORMAL.INFECTION IS NOTHING BUT INVAGINATION AND MULTIPLICATION OF MICROORGANISMS IN OUR BODY .IN YOUR CASE IT IS INFECTION OF URINARY TRACT.MILD IN NATURE.YOU WILL BE BENEFITED DUE TO EARLY TREATMENT WITH ANTIBIOTIC,PLENTY OF WATER.
I HOPE ,I HAVE ANSWERED YOUR QUERY. I WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR FOLLOW UP QUERIES IF ANY.
REGARDS.
Answered: Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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