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4-5 pus cells in urine along with 7-8 epithileal cells, + for bacteria and calcium oxalate crystals. Is this something serious. - Asked by d x on 10-Aug-2016 11:52:35

Answer Count: 2    Disorder Type: Genitourinary disorders
  • Answered by Dr. on 12-Aug-2016 21:43:01

    It is really acute symptoms of chronic disease which is inherent in your body. So a proper characterized case taking is required for your homoeopathic treatment in order to get healthy life. Many are there may give you a suggestion that take ointment for getting relief but not cure. So you may contact on 09433076820. / abanm@rediffmail. com
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    Answered by Dr. Venkata Rama Krishna K on 14-Aug-2016 09:26:56

    Hi..

    get urine culture and sensitivity, ultra sound KUB done.

    are you having any symptoms? 

    If so call us at 040 42428282 we will help you to start the treatment.


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