The presence of pus cells in urine indicates a urinary tract infection. Normal numbers of pus cells are up to 5 in males and may be up to 10 in females. The presence of pus cells in urine is also called pyuria, and is defined as >10 pus cells / microlitre of urine. Increased number of pus cells may reveal some destructive or healing process in the urinary tract, anywhere from kidney to the bladder.
Moreover since there is presence of RBC’s in urine, it can be due to hematuria which can indicate kidney causes. You need a detailed and a thorough examination by a urologist.
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