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30 weeks pregnant, urine test shows pus cells, protein trace, epithelial cells. Serious?

hi, i am 30th week pregnant. i just got my complete urine examination report. Below are the details which are different from the normal range. Is this dangereous? Will this cause any problem to my baby. Please please give your advise. I am very much worried. Expecting reply as soon as possible. Protein : Trace Sugar ( Glucose ) : Nil Urobilinogen : Negative Bilirubin : Negative Microscopic Examination Pus Cells : 8-10/HPF R.B.C : Nil Epithelial Cells : 10-15/HPF
Asked On : Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
You are carrying 30 wk pregnancy and suffering from urinary tract infection (UTI). It is not harmful to fetus directly but may affect lower urinary tract if untreated.
Drink lots of fluid/water,maintain genital hygiene properly,avoid sexual intercourse, empty bladder in time,use urine alkaliser like Syp Uriliser along with some antibiotics like Ampicilln 500mg/Cap Ampilox
TDS to be taken, Cranberry juice may be helpful.
Do periodic check up to your doctor with continuation of above protocol. Be well.
Answered: Mon, 25 Apr 2016
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