Hello and welcome to HCM,
You have had a complete hemogram and routine urine examination.
The hemogram suggests that your hemoglobin is on lower side. Ideally, it should be above 12 gm%.
The WBC parameters i.e. TLC and DLC are within normal limits.
The platelet count
is also within normal limits.
The urine examination reveals that all parameters are except for the presence of 28-30 RBCs/HPF.
This suggests some kind of bleeding in the urinary tract
Since, the RBCs in urine are associated with pain during micturition, renal calculi/ renal stones
are most probable possibility.
Consult a surgeon or a urologist
(USG) of the abdomen.
Stones if present will be detected on USG. Depending on the site and size of the stone, further treatment can be planned.
Thanks and take care.
Dr Shailja P Wahal