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Child having recurring fever. Urine analysis shows many pus cells. Is it UTI, how to cure?

hi i am 28 years old and i have a 5 months old baby.she had fever (101-102.8 F)from past 3 days and when i give her meicine(P-125 DROPS ) N Metaform as suggested by doctor the fever goes down and again comes back after few i have got her urine test analysis.puscells shows 50 of this urinary tract infection? i am worried as the count is too much from the normal range and she is only 5 months old as of today.please suggest if this can be cured and what has to be done on this.i am really tensed.
Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

Pus cells of 50 for hpf is abnormal and is suggestive of urinary tract infection as the cause of fever in your kid.

Your kid requires further investigations including a urine culture.

She should be started on antibiotics as prescribed by your doctor and if there is no response he will change the antibiotic depending on urine culture and sensitivity report.

Hope this helps.
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