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Child with difficulty in passing urine, frequent urge to urinate. What does the urinalysis mean?

age- 4 yr 4 month Urine Examination- Color- amber Appearence:turbid Reaction Ph-6.0 Specific gravity: 1.015 Protien Present+ Sugar -absent Pus( WBC )-cells: 120-150 epithelial cells :2-4 RBC: 40-50 casts:absent crystals: absent Chemical analysis- LEU 500/ mul *s 3+ NIT: pos *s pos Pro: 150mg/dl 8s 3+ GLU: norm KET : neg UBG:norm BIL:neg Ery 250/mul *s 5+ color: yellow plz give me advise...any serious problem..she hv prblm in urine passing...frequency 1time in every 20 min
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Feb 2013
Hi Santosh Pandey,
Thank you for your query,
Your daughter urine examination is suggestive of urinary tract infection.
The frequency of urination and difficulty in urination are due to the infection.
Urinary tract infection requires antibiotic treatment and before starting antibiotic urine should be given for culture and sensitivity to find out the causative organism and its sensitivity to antibiotics.
Give plenty of oral fluids and consult your Pediatrician for further investigation of urine like culture and for antibiotic therapy.
Hope i have answered your queries.
Answered: Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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