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Urine test for lower back pain, slight burning while urinating, test result. What care needed and treatment?

hello doctor, i am a woman and 50 years old. recently i have done my urine test for lower back pain,slight burning while urination, tired some(feeling weakness and for frequent urination. when i got the test the result was - albumin nil, sugar nil and rbc is 10-20. what does it mean how to take care of my health? please answer me. than you.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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How about bacterial and leucocyte count? sugar nil and albumin(microalbuminuria) nil rules you out of diabetic glomerulonephritis. Presence of RBCs indicate bleeding somewhere in the urinary tract (hematuria).There are a number of causes like acute glomerulonephritis (Rbcs have spikes on their surfaces on microscopy),renal stones,trauma due to instrumentation,urethritis,cystitis,renal TB,renal cell carcinoma,bleeding disorders,etc. Need to be investigated.
Most commonly can be due to stones.Drink lot of water,take green leafy vegetables,banana stem preparations,papaya,etc.U can take citralka syrup in case you have burning sensation.And brief course of antibiotics to prevent infection.
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