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Urge to urinate. Protein, bacteria and pus cells present. Is it a serious disorder?

i have very very frequent urge to urinate. sum times it stops and again after few days it starts.. i went to doc n got my urine test done..rbcs are 02-03/hpf and pus cells are 15-20/hpf epithelial cells are 08-10/hpf protein is also detected and bacteria present.. niterate present.. do i hav some serious disorder? m takin medicines nw n drinking plenty water
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, the findings of urine indicates presence of pus cells and rbcs in increased amount.

It is not normal.

It indicates presence of bacterial infection, that means urinary tract infection.

You have to take plenty of water. A broad spectrum antibiotic like ciprofloxacin.

So, consult with your treating doctor. You can also consult with urologist.

Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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