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Light green urine, sticky stools. Urine and stool test shows pus and bacteria. Cause of worry?

Hi my stool is now in brown in color. And urine in light green previous two month back I had urine and stool test done trace of pus and bacteria found now I would like to no do I have any serious problem.. I don t have any pain or frequent loose motion stool is sticky and some time it goes hard.. am consern abt urine color.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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One important thing to know is your age and gender. Causes for infection the urine varies with both of these. If you just had one episode of that infection then you should not worry much. Just maintain good hygiene. Drink plenty of fluids. Avoid constipating diets like refined flour, junk food etc. Allow yourself more fibres like fruits and green leafy vegetables. However if the pus and infection are persisting then i suggest a few tests. Get another urine examination to confirm repeated infection. Get a urine culture also to see what orgainism is growing and antibiotics can be directed accordingly. Also get an ultrasound pelvis including kidney, ureter and bladder (KUB). Further investigations or treatment will vary according to the results of above mentioned tests.
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Dr Anand Sinha
Answered: Thu, 1 Aug 2013
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