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Abdomen pain. Urine analysis showed presence of puss cells, 10-12 HPF epithelial cells. Do i have kidney or urinary test infections?

Dear doctor, I am 26 years old female. Suffering from right lower abdomen pain while I am moving. My urin analysis showed presence of occassional puss cells and 10-12 HPF epithelial cells. Do I have kidney or urinary test infections? Other reports are normal. I dont have any urin related problem like difficulty in urination etc. Please help
Asked On : Wed, 6 Mar 2013
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Pediatrician, Surgery 's  Response
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Few pus cells may be present in the urine at any time and does not necessarily diagnose urinary tract infections (UTI). We need to get a urine culture done and if it grows any organisms, then we can think in terms of UTI. Pain of UTI is usually just below the umbilicus. Only if it is very severe it goes to the flanks. And usually associated with fever. Usually the pain does not increase with movement. So i don't think you have urinary infections. However it will be a wise idea to get a culture done. Also get an ultrasound abdomen because there are so many reasons for the kind of pain you are describing. A cyst in the ovary, appendicitis, colitis, gall stones can all cause such kind of pain.
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urinary tract infection
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