My daughter is nine years old and has usually been in good health last year she started to get recurrent uti , when she has had urine tested dipstick has come back positive for blood , white blood cells , slight protien and ketones. she is not diabetic she is constantly catching every bug going all her neck glands are swollen and one under her chin these have been swollen for four weeks now she has a mouth ulcer in her cheek urine culture no infection present but wbc waiting now to see a peadrictrian but i am really concerned for her health as she is just really run down and seems to be getting worse and the blood on urine sample has increased from a trace to a large amount should i take her back to gp or just ride this out please if anyone has any info please get in touch many thanks
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