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Why is urine pressure high with fever? What can help me? What does report suggest?

Hi, i am Mashud, 25 years old. My urine pressure is so high & feel fever so that i went to a doctor . He gave me test Urine for R/M/E and I did it. He gave Cef-3 for 1st seven days. It didn t work, then gave me Levolex. But again it did not work. So he again gave test R/M/E and C/S. In my new test of R/M/E of urine, Quantity: Sufficient, Colour: Raddish, Appearance (Turb): Hazy, sediment: Absent, Specific Gravity: 1.010, Reaction : 6.0, Excess Phosphate: Nill, Protein (+), Sugar: Nill, Epithelial Cell: 1-2/Hpf, Pus Cells: 8-10/HPF, RBC: A few, Casts: Nill, Spermatozoa: Nill, Others: Nill, Crystal: Nill. So what is my condition, & what can i do for it? Please suggest me.
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Thanks for the query
Your symptoms and the urine analysis report suggest a UTI
The urine C/S report will confirm this and based on the report appropriate antibiotics can be prescribed.
Meanwhile drink plenty of fluids and get an ultrasound of the kidneys and bladder.
Hope this helps
Good luck
Answered: Sat, 17 Aug 2013
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