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What does pus cells of 6-8/ hpf in an urine test indicate and what treatment should be taken ?

i am a female 55 years old ,60 kg weight 150cm height. I got complete urine test done the level shows Pus Cells /HPF 6-8/hpf what this means and what should i do thanks
Asked On : Wed, 22 Jun 2011
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6 to 8 pus cells is normal for females but if you have any symptom then took one course antibiotic that will clear your problem
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If you have any symptoms like burning sensation while passing urine or increased frequency of urine or lower abdominal pain , the lab report suggest that you may have Urinary Tract infection.I advise you to visit your Gynecologist and get examined.Examination and detailed history can confirm the diagnosis. This infection can be treated by antibiotic course.
You should take adequate water (5-6 liters/day ) to decrease the infection.
Take care
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