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White mucus in urine, reports show many pus cells, Albumin and RBC 4-6. Reasons and cure ?

Dear Dr I have some while mucus that i have notice recently and when i made a urine test , the results are as follows Albumin 0.3 g/dl Epithetialcells:Rare Puscells:over 100/H.P.F R.B.Cs:4-6/H.P.F Amourphous materials:Many Urates I check with my doctor and he give me some antibiotics but the case is still the same can you please help to know the reason and the cure ?
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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Hi
Welcome to HCM AND THANKS FOR THE QUERY.

You had UTI AND HAS BEEN TREATED.
Since you have it again, you are suffering from recurrent UTI.
The cause needs to be evaluated by ultrasound to check for stone or block and needs to be treated.
If no specific cause is found, you need antibiotics for about 3 to 6 months at half the dose for complete eradication of the bacteria.

Get well soon---
Regards
DR GS
Answered: Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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