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Backache, urine test done more epithelial, recommended ultrasound, it tell about abortion. Suggestion?

i have backache i consulted Dr. she recommended me to have urine test. in which infection was not found but epithelial cells were many... she further recommended me to have ultra sound of my kidneys.
is there some thing dangerous? moreover tell me is urine test and ultra sound tell us about abortion if some one had in past?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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Hi friend ..
There is nothing to worry .. Your Consulting Dortor needs you to know whethere Kidney is affected by Kidney stone or infection because of suspected epithelial cells in urine test and history of back pain..
Moreover urine test and ultra sound doesnt reveals whethere you had abortion in past.
Do not worry .. Do an Ultrasound as recommended by your Doctor.

Thanks for using Health Care..
Take Care.
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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