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The ESR varies widely and also in fever and infections. It is not significant.
The red cells in the urine are abnormal and can occur in urinary tract infection
, tumours, trauma, kidney affections by infections etc.
Here it appears to be related to Upper respiratory streptococcal infection
and may have caused kidney affection too, which caused back pain
and was treated with augmentin
Keep a watch on urine, fever, back and abdominal pain
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