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Done urine analysis. Showed blood, WBC, epithelial cell in urine. Is the report normal?

URINALYSIS COLOR: YELLOWISH APPEARANCE: CLEAR PH: 6.0 4.7 7.5 SPECIFIC GRAVITY =1.005 1.003 1.035 GLUCOSE NOT DETECTED PROTEIN NOT DETECTED KETONES NOT DETECTED BLOOD DETECTED (+) BILIRUBIN NOT DETECTED UROBILINOGEN NORMAL NITRITE NOT DETECTED WBC 2-3 /hpf EPITHELIAL CELLS 1-2 /hpf RED BLOOD CELLS 3-5 /hpf CASTS * NOT DETECTED CRYSTALS * NOT DETECTED BACTERIA NOT DETECTED REMARKS * LEUCOCYTE ESTERASE : NEGATIVE.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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Hi
Thanks for your query.
Any report can be accurately interpreted only by correlating it with patient's clinical condition.
Prima facie the report is OK except for trace blood.
I would suggest that you repeat the test in 6-8 weeks and if it still shows blood we may need to do further tests.
Hope this helps
Good luck
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