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Had unprotected sex. Urine test done. What is the problem?

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Hello I just had a urine test done. Results are defined below
Color Light Yellow
Clarity Slightly Hazy
Protein Negative
Glucose Negative
Specific Gravity 1.005
pH 5.0
Pus Cells >500/HPF
Bacteria FEW
Mucs Threads FEW
I recently had unprotected sex? do we have a problem here?
Thank you for your help
Posted Sat, 3 Nov 2012 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. G.Srinivasan 51 minutes later

Welcome and thanks FOR YOUR QUERY TO XXXXXXX
Plenty of pus cells in urine means infection in the urinary tract . It is not related to sexual transmission.
You need to give a sample of urine for culture to choose the appropriate antibiotic to clear the infection.
However, sexually transmitted diseases need to be ruled out.
For this, Kindly watch your organ daily at bath/showers to look for
1. any ulcer.
2. Urethral discharge - especially milky.
Kindly contact your doc.if any of these develops. Also in addition, other STD need to be ruled out and you need tests to rule out hepatitis and HIV.

Hope this answers your query. Kindly get back for doubts if any---

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