If you have not yet gone back to see the doctor again for treatment, I strongly recommend you seek medical advice and preferably from a Nephrologist or an Urologist.
Untreated urinary tract infection can have serious consequences that include recurrent infections, acute or chronic kidney infection (pyelonephritis), and urethral narrowing (stricture).
In your case untreated/ not properly treated UTI could have caused acute kidney infection. Your lab results of trace albumin and pus cell in urine support the diagnosis of kidney infection. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/kidney-infection/basics/symptoms/con-20032448
You have elevated uric acid level and your current medicaltion disodium citrate is used to make the urine less acidic and to help the kidneys to get rid of uric acid, helping to prevent gout and certain types of kidney stones. This medication can be used to treat certain metabolic problems (acidosis) caused by kidney disease.
I recommend you consult a Nephrologist and get proper treatment. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/kidney-infection/basics/treatment/con-20032448
Your doctor may prescribe a treatment with appropriate antibiotics. After the course of antibiotics you will need another urine test to evaluate effectiveness. If there are trace of albumin again it could be associated with pre-diabetic condition.
Drinking plenty of water and eat foods that are know diuretics to help flush bacteria from your urinary tract. Do not drink coffee and alcohol until your infection has cleared. Proper hygiene and urinating after sex could prevent future UTI.