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Having high pus cells in urine. Having ovarian cyst. Prescribed medicines. Cyst caused by pus cells?

My sister has been having pus cell 25-30 rbc s 6-7over the past one year.they keEp increasing or deCreasing.the urine culture has always been sterile.she has been on homeopathic treatment.on cT sCan the doctor has discovered cyst meaSuring 6cm on the left ovary .the doc has prescribed levofloxciN for 14dayS.Can the cyst b a cause of pus cells.the kidney tests are normal.she has been having fever since the last ten days
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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As pus cells are 25-30 in urine,it is significant and can be considered as Urinary tract infection(UTI).
Ovarian cyst does not lead to these findings in the urine.
Fever is due to UTI only.
If there is no response to Levofloxacin you should take Amikacin injection and Tablet Cefuroxime orally.
Please give her plenty of liquids.
Wish her speedy recovery.
Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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