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Child's urine analysis shows many Epithelial cells. Should I worry?

should i be scared of the result of my baby urinalysis this the result color-yellow transparency-turbid spec. gravity-1.030 reaction-6.0 sugar negative protein-positive pus cells-12-15 rbc-0-3 bacteria-moderate epithelial cells-many A.urates-moderate A.phospates-moderate mucus treads-moderate pls explain this... thank u..
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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thanks for writing to health care magic.

What are the basic complaints which led to this urine investigation?

Does he have any fever?
Is there any history of pain while passing urine?
Is there any increased frequency of urination?
Is there any history of urgency of urination?

Normal pus cells in the urine is below 10 per high power field. Here pus cells are elevated

Request you to reply in detail so that we can help you better.

Take care.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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