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High fever followed by stomach cramps, burning on urination, BM, tests showed pus cells in urine, traces of mucus in stools. Advise?

Dear Doctor, I had some heavy fever and felt some chills last week on my day of travel from London to Mumbai, India. On return the fever subsided in 2 days time..howere I started to get heavy pain/ cramps in stomach and burning sensation in urine and while passing stools . The CBC reports were normal however the urine report shows pus cells 1-2 H.P.F and stool routine shows PUS cells 2-3 H.P.F , Trace of Mucus and Ocassional Epithelial cells in stool. I continue to have the ocassional pain in stomach and heavy burning while passing stool around the anus .Please advice. Thanks, Bhavin
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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The rest of your tests are normal however your stool examination is showing gatroenteritis there an antibiotic would be required like ciprofloxacin along with metronidazole. use soft diet and avoid milk product for a day or two.

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