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Blood and puss cells in urine. Took antibiotic injection did not help. X-ray report of liver normal. Why?

Respect Sir, I was having blood and puss cells in urine. Then the doctor have me some Antibiotics injections, which I take 20 of it. But after few days I see blood again in urine. P.s: I have taken the xrays of liver, culture of urine all the reports were normal. I didn't understand it why there is still blood. After the injection when I went to the doctor again for checkup there was no blood but puss cells were there 30 to 40. Kindly help me. My age is 18
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
urinary tract infection cAUSES blood and puss iin urine that is normal in need the specific antibiotics according to the urine cultre sensitivity.......get a repeat urine c/s....or urinary tract anatomical abnormality can cause persistent puss and blood ,get a ivu and retrograde test.....or you are having renal TB......get tested
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Answered: Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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