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Blood clot in urine. Urine analysis test done. What does the report indicate?

Hi,i just got my urinalysis result today.
It says here, color: yellow,
Protein: trace,
Character: cloudy,
Specific gravity: 1.005,
Wbc: 40-50/hpf,
Epithelial cells: moderAte,
Mucus threads: moderate,
Rbc: 0-2/hpf, bacteria: few,
Amorphous: few,
Some wbc in clumps,and when i urinate earlier,there's this bloot clot that came out,. What should i take? Pls help..
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hello and welcome to HCM,

The urine analysis report indicates a urinary tract infection.
Infection is suggests by cloudy appearance of the urine, presence of protein traces, white blood cells (WBCs) to the extent of 30-40 cell/ hpf, mucus threads and few bacteria. WBCs in clumps is an indication of infection. Presence of blood clots may be associated with infection or an injury to the urinary tract.

The next step is to go for urine culture.
The organism causing infection in the urinary tract will grow and culture sensitivity will determine the most appropriate antibiotic for the infection.
Consult your doctor for ordering investigations and relevant treatment.

Thanks and take care.
Dr Shailja P Wahal

Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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