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Blood in urine. Urine test shows albumin, plenty of pus cells, amorphous oxalate. Meaning? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Hi Good Evening
Doctor:I am Dr. XXXXXXX here
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:I found blood in my urine and went for a urine test
User:While i havent got the report, the lab guy gave me results on the phone
User:He said, albumin is 1+, pus cells - plenty, amorphous oxalate present
User:What does it mean?
Doctor:It shows that you are having infection in the urine.
User:After this morning, i havent seen blood again
Doctor:You will require antibiotics to get relieved of this infection.
Doctor:You can also take plenty of water to flush out the toxins.
User:I am a vegetarian and runner, i started taking eggs to get protein
User:Is there any threat to my kidneys? Coz of high albumin
Doctor:No. The albumin in urine can be due to infections.
User:Ok. Running and any other physical activity can be resumed?
Doctor:Surely you can resume them.
Doctor:But, please do visit your family physician and start an antibiotic for the infection.
User:How abt intercourse? And any special diet?
User:I had cold and body aches , so i took crocin afterwhich i found blood
Doctor:I would say, avoid intercourse for at least 3 days after starting antibiotics.
Doctor:Regarding diet, there is nothing to take care of. But, drink plenty and plenty of water.
User:Ok, thank you doc. Will follow that.
Doctor:Hope I have cleared all your doubts.
Doctor:is there anything else that I can help you on?
User:Yea, thanks. Bye for now.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Have a Nice Weekend!!
Doctor:Bye for now.
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