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Urine test showed presence of pus cells, had UTI recently, taken cefuroxime axetil 500mg BID

My daughter s urine test just arrive. Color- yellow Transparenxy sl.cloudy specific gravity - 1.10 rbc - 2-3 Pus cells 20-25 /hpf 0-3 hpf ( reference) epith cells - moderate amorph. urates few amorph phosphares - none seen mucus threads many bacteria - some cast - none reaction 6.0 sugar - negative protein 1+ one month ago she had UTI and was given cefuroxime axetil 500 mg BID - her pus cells at that time was 60-80
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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This report still indicate an infection of her urinary tract. However clinical co-relation is required to finally interpret this lab result.
I suggest she should have an ultrasound KUB & a urine culture before taking another course of antibiotics.
You should also take her to a doctor to get treatment. Meanwhile tell her to drink good amount of water.
Hope she gets well soon.
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Answered: Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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