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Done urinalysis. Showed renal cells, bacteria, crystals, epithelial cells. Taken lipitor. What is going on?

My urine analysis came back with density of 1,016, ph urine 6.5,,leucocytes positive 1+ ,renal cells some, leucocytes 60-70 per camp, bacteria some, numerous mucous fibers,lipoprotein a 37 mg/dl, no yeast, no parasites or cristals, , color cloudy, hematíes 3-4, some epitelial cells, everything else is normal I have no pain , no vaginitis, but frecuent urination, 10-12 times a day and 2-3 times at night, I take clonazepam 1.5 mg since one and a half years, and synthroid 125mcg , lipitor 10mg and concor for hogh blood pressure 2.5 mg,what is happening with my urine all my blood tests are normal, so are the cholesterol levels
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM.

Thank you for your query.

From your urine report, it appears as though you could be suffering from a urinary tract infection (UTI). Do not worry about this, as it is easily treatable with the right medication.

Let me list down a few of the most common symptoms of a UTI, although not all need to be made to make a clinical suspicion of a UTI.
-Burning sensation while urinating
-Frequent urination
-Increased urge to urinate, but less amount of urine passed
-Lower abdominal and/or flank region pain
-Itching around the genitals

Now, let me advice you on the course of action. You will most certainly have to visit a doctor, who will further investigate and on confirmation of a UTI and not any other infection, will advice you a course of antibiotics, pain management medication (if required) and a urine alkalizer. These medications will bring about a general improvement in your condition within 24-48 hours of initiation.

Choosing the right antibiotic, the dose and duration is optimal. Thus, the doctor needs to be experienced. I would also request you to have plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated.

I hope I have succeeded in providing the information you were looking for. Please feel free to write back to me for any further clarifications. I would gladly help you.

Best wishes.
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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