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pus cells detected high fever and less urination.

my baby is nine months old girl,she is detected with the pus cells in urine which are 4-6 per hpf. she is getting high fever and less of urination. may i know the cause for this...and its preventions too so that it can be prevented .
Asked On : Sat, 20 Feb 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

Hi.. Presence of fever would imply infection.. It could have occured due to genital infections or secondary to a systemic infection.. Since she has fever, your daugther may need antibiotics,and a culture growth too.. hence consult your doctor...

Answered: Sun, 21 Feb 2010
  Anonymous's Response

my baby is 1 year old boy, he is detected with the pus cells are 20 -30 hpf. he is getting higher fever and loss of urination. may i know the case for this .... and its preventions too so that it can be prevented .

Answered: Thu, 25 Feb 2010
  Anonymous's Response

my baby is 1 year old boy, he is detected with the pus cells are 20 -30 hpf. he is getting higher fever and loss of urination. may i know the case for this .... and its preventions too so that it can be prevented .

Answered: Thu, 25 Feb 2010
  Anonymous's Response

my baby is 1 year old boy, he is detected with the pus cells are 20 -30 hpfand bacteria are presett (++). and proteins are present (++).he is getting higher fever,oomating and loss of urination. may i know the case for this .... and its preventions too so that it can be prevented .

Answered: Thu, 25 Feb 2010
  User's Response

my daughter was under medication and has been given a set of antibiotic syrups which in return gave her allergy all over her body. :(

now i m giving her an anti-allergic medicine as prescribed...the allergy is gone...and she is feeling better.

i am grateful for your reply.

Answered: Thu, 25 Feb 2010
  Anonymous's Response
my baby also have same problems.i told you goto your best urologist in your city where you have and consult about that. 100/ he prescribe for mcu it is a x-ray for seeing that reflux if reflux is preasent then he know how type of reflux is 1 or 2nd or 3rd or 4th.then go for dmsa scan is for know is your baby kidney well or not then treat by anibiotic and maine deflux ing.
if you want to know any more mail me.
lubbulohiya@rediffmail.com
Answered: Mon, 9 Aug 2010
  User's Response
my baby also have same problems.i told you goto your best urologist in your city where you have and consult about that. 100/ he prescribe for mcu it is a x-ray for seeing that reflux if reflux is preasent then he know how type of reflux is 1 or 2nd or 3rd or 4th.then go for dmsa scan is for know is your baby kidney well or not then treat by anibiotic and maine deflux ing.
if you want to know any more mail me.
lubbulohiya@rediffmail.com
Answered: Mon, 9 Aug 2010
Pediatrician Dr. Alok Choudhary's  Response
HI
It seems that your baby is suffering from urinary tract infection.get complete urine examination including culture and sensitivity.get consulted with your pediatrician for proper antibiotic and antipyretic .keep his hydration well maintained with proper hygiene during urination and defecation.if there is recurrent UTI then only further investigations viz.abdominal sonography,MCU/DMSA scan may needed.
THANKS
Answered: Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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