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Burning urine, urine test shows pus cells, RBC, epithelial cells. Diet restrictions and quick remedy?

I am Female 28 and Experiencing burning sensation in urine from last one month, took Vaginal Fungal Infection Tabs also...but still not feeling i got my urine test again and that shows pus cells in the range of 10-20/hfp, RBC 3/4hpf and epithelial cells - 2-3/hpf....pls advise what is should avoid in food intake and how to get fast recovery from all day i feel uncomfortable and not able to concentrate.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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Hello ,
you are experiencing UTI (Urinary Tract Infection).
As per your urine report there is some infection. but you have not done any MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION (M/E). So cant identify the organism (E. Coli -commonest) and its severity(colony count).
you should start antibiotic as soon as possible.
Try emperically with Norfloxacin/Ofloxacin.
Then do a CULTURE SENSITIVITY. And then change the antibiotic according to the report.
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