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What does it mean if urine pus cells count is more than before ?

Hi Dr., yesterday my urine pus cells count was2-4 and the RBC s 0-2 today pus cell is 5-7 and the RBC is 0-1 what could it be?
Fri, 30 Dec 2011
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hi
high fever with pus cell in urine suggestive of urinary tract infection...
you must be treated with antibiotics..
consult a physician...
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
hi
u have infection in urine
pus cell show infection
take antibiotic course as advise by doctor
complete the course u will be ok
fever is due to that infection
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