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Sudden weight gain, gastric problem. Blood test reports are normal except presence of pus cells. Any infection?

hi past few months my weight is increasing, but i always take same quantity of food. i examined myself and i got a Laboratory reports right now, i have burp and i think i have a gastric problem... my lab reports are normal like thyroid and all other test----- but my albumin - trace pus - 4-5 what is it mean i have any infection....
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Dear Karthik,hello
Increase in weight can be due to a number of causes in addition to intake of heavy meals.
Some common causes of weight gain are:-
Lack of exercise
Cushing syndrome
Some Medications
Doing gym which increases muscle mass
Age related changes.
The urine report you have mentioned shows Albumin in trace along with 4-5 pus cells. This indicate an Urinary Tract Infection. Have a Culture and Senstivity test of your urine done in addition to Blood test for Urea and Creatinine.
I hope this will help you. Thanks.
Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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