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What are the causes for infection ?

60-65 pus cells seen in my male friend urinalysis,28 years of age, the doctor said it was transmitted sexually, other than that, is there any possible cause of the infection? actually his girlfriend also took urine test and the result of it is a few bacteria and pus cells of 8-10. where the infection came from? i hope you can help me as well as my friend! thanks in advance. God Bless You!
Asked On : Fri, 5 Aug 2011
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welcome to healthcare magic
both the urine results you have mentioned seem to be of urine infection. where they came from is a bit tricky. if you want to prove that the source is same may be do a urine culture test for both which takes 2 days for results and demonstrate that the same type bacteria is causing the infection in both.
would rather suggest you to take a course of antibiotic to clear the infection , drink plenty of fluids meanwhile and do not worry about where it came from. as that will not change the outcome.
hope this helps .
wish both of you good health
Answered: Fri, 5 Aug 2011
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