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what is pus cells ?

hi doctor i am 26 years old,i have a girl baby of 4 months old,i got stomach pain one day...i gave for urine test there was plenty of pus cells i am taking treatment,they r giving antibiotics daily 2 injection...i want to know what it is.and weather it will be cured soon,coz i am travelling to u.s soon
Asked On : Sun, 4 Jul 2010
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Hi Varuni,
Welcome to HCM.
Pus cells in the urine in significant quantity means you have infection in the urine, which you may have acquired during sexual intercourse. Usual procedure to be followed once significant number of pus cells are seen in the urine is to get a culture and sensitivity test of urine to identify what organism is causing infection and to find out which antibiotic is best suitable to kill those organisms.
Drink plenty of water in addition to the medication prescribed by your doctor.
Wishing you all the best.
Answered: Tue, 18 Oct 2011
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