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Have frequent urination, anal pain. Pathology report shows risk factors?

can you please explain to me the result of my pathology report appearance-slightly cloudy colour -pale straw reaction -ph7 sp.gravity -1.015 protein -nil glucose -nil ketone -nil urobilinogen -normal bilirubin -nil blood - ++ nitrite -negative pus cells - ( 12-15 ) red cells - ( 25-30 ) squamous cells - ( 1-2 ) organism -nil yeast -nil schistosoma -nil crystals -nil casts -nil tricomonas -nil gardenerella vaginalis -nil others - mucus + i also suffer from frequent urine passing and pain in my anus as i pee.feeling of wanting to dispose my stool at the same time. thank you for answers.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Your urine test indicates for possible lacerations of your urinary tract (presence of blood and blood cells and slightly cloudy color and ++nitrite). The causes could be related to stones or/and infection. So, I'd suggest to culture the urine and perform sensitivity testing to determine/rule out infection.

Furthermore, genital infections should be ruled out through vaginal swab testing and culture.

Pain in your anus could be related to :

- hemorrhoids (if you also having problems with constipation)
- possible fecal infections (parasitic, candida)

If this your case, I'd suggest to do :
- examination of feces for ova/parasite
- culture the feces for candida/bacteria
- do abdominal ultrasound

All the best!
Answered: Tue, 24 Dec 2013
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