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My urine has 15-20 hpf epithelial cells, checked o November, get stomach pain frequently and mild fever often which goes on its own.

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My urine has 15-20 hpf epithelial cells, checked o Novemb...
It may be due to urinary tract infection. Consume 1/2 Oz of dried cranberry Daily for 2 months along with Homeopathic medicines.
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My urine has 15-20 hpf epithelial cells, checked o Novemb...
It indicate urinary tract infection. Get the urine culture and sensitivity test done, basing onwhich appropriate antibiotic can be given. Importantly take plenty of water atleast 2.5 to 3 litres in a day every day. Maintain proper hygiene of the genitals, like washing the genitals with water after passing urine every time, dry the genitals with cloth after washing every time. Ingeneral keep the area clean and dry. Change the sanitary pad every time when it becomes wet during your periods. Mean while you can use liquid Citralka two teaspoonful three times in the day which will give relief. After the culture test come back again for guidance regarding the antibiotic and other things. Good luck.
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My urine has 15-20 hpf epithelial cells, checked o Novemb...
Seems to be having infection in urine do 1.Pass urine whenever you feel a desire, empty bladder completely. 2.Wipe from front to back after toilet 3.Take lots of water so as to have clear urine 4.Do not use any spray, scented bath products 5.Try to take shower rather than bath 6.Clean genitals before sex and pass urine after sex to flush out any bacteria 7.Keep genital area dry- wear cotton, loose under garments, avoid tight clothes like jeans for medicine contact on private consultation.
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