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Itching, red rashes. Done urine test. Can you prescribe good medicine?

my name is anitha...i have skin allergy ..and itching and red rahes are forming on skin.doctors said in report ,it was all due to urine infection showing 1 to 2 RBC ,10_12 pus cells,1 to 2 simple sqamus epithelium cells iam suffering with it since 4 months...their tablets are not working on me plz can u prescribe good medicins...and waht is the reason for this infection...iam 19 year old...
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Hello Harika and thanks for the query
10-12 pus cells in urine is indicative of urinary track infection. To get rid from it you need to get your urine culture examination done and accordingly an effective antibiotic can be given. In addition to this USG abdomen can also be done if your doctor feels. The cause of infection can be renal stone, Kidney infection etc.
A proper clinical check up and investigation is needed to find out the cause. Meanwhile take plenty of water and take urine alkaliser if you have burning maturation.
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Answered: Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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