Fever, pus cells in urine, advice
Hi , my baby is 10 months old. He just had fever and did a urine and blood culture tests. We found out that he had 4-6 pus cells in his urine but no significant growth. Even his blood test appears normal. But this is the second time we found pus cells and i m a bit worried if this is normal or we...
Urine report shows pus cells. What does it mean?
Hi My report is as follows what does it mean? CLINICAL PATHOLOGY URINE ROUTINE ALBUMIN S.TRACE NIL SUGAR NIL NIL URINE MICRO WBC 0- 2 BILE SALT NIL NIL BILE PIGMENT NIL NIL OCULT BLOOD NEGATIVE NEGATIVE STOOL RE OVA NIL NIL CYST NIL NIL AMOEBA NIL NIL REMARKS : OCC PUSCELLS PRESENT
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Pus cells in urine
Recently i got urin infection.Doctor prescribed antibiotcis for 5days course. Later for 7 days Martifur 100 mg tablets twice a day. Now i got the urin tested. Pus Cells. 8-10/HPF,Epithelial Cells.6-8/HPF Need suggesion Gopalkrishna
What treatment should i need to do drink or do if i have a few trace of rbc and wbc in urine
Rbcs can be due to near days menses so no worries unless there is a pain in flanks or renal stones history. White cells if numerous indicates Pus and UTIs needs plenty of fluids intake and hygiene rehabilitation with some medications.
how much pus cell is normal in urine?
For a male, up to 5 cells are normal.
I m patient with the nuemrus pus cells means uti pls treatment
The best would be to get a urine culture done and then take antibiotics accordingly.
If you are getting it repeatedly,then get an ultrasound abdomen Los done.
Consult a doctor for the treatment.
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