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Macrascopy -cloudy, pus cells, blood and epithelial cells not seen. What does the finding mean?

my urine culture report says as follows,
macrascopy -cloudy
macrascopy(uncentrifuged urine) pus cells 1-5/hpf
red blood cells not seen
epithelial cells not seen
culture- mixed growth
bacterial colony count-mixed growth of 2 different organisms at a total colony count >10^5/ml

do i have urine infection???what kind of a one it is???
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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Your urine reports says that your are definitely having a urinary tract infection and there are two types of organisms present which is causing the infection, however the organism are not specified. you are suggested to have a urine sensitivity test to identify the effective antibiotic against the organisms or visit your doctor for further management.

Answered: Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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