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Had urine test done. Result show many as positive. What does the result mean?

I just had urine analysis. I have these positive tests:
MUCOUS, UR SED, QL, AUTOMATED COUNT: present
SQUAMOUS EPITHELIAL CELLS, URINE SED, AUTOMATED COUNT, QUAL: few
RBC, URINE HPF: 4-10
SPECIFIC GRAVITY, UA     >=1.03
UA HGB     0.25 (2+),
what are all combined mean??
ANy help is more than appreciated and may be will give me a peace of mind.
Thank you,
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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Hi--the squamous epithelial cells are from the skin at the entrance to your vagina (I'm assuming you are a female) and that's nothing to worry about. There are a few red blood cells and a few more white blood cells in your urine but that may not indicate anything, although it could be indicative of a urinary tract infection. The specific gravity is just the density of the urine and that's fine. So, at the most, you may have a simple bladder infection
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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