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Urine test done, shows pus cells, traces of ketone's, epithelial cells. Urinary tract infection?

Hi i just got a urine routine test done, which shows 30-35 HPF pus cells present, along with a trace of ketones present and epithelial cells between 8-10 what does it mean? Also my urine output is quite low... compared to what it was before . Could I have a UTI? but I dont seem to have any of the other symptoms of a UTI mentioned online...
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Thanks for the query.
Pus cells in urine commonly indicate a UTI. The test to confirm or rule out a UTI is urine culture.
You need to see a physician or a nephrologist who will guide further therapy according to the results. Also an ultrasound of the kidneys may help to determine if you have any underlying structural abnormality.
Hope this helps.
Good luck.
Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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