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How can I interpret my UFR test which says urine is pale yellow, slightly turbid, PH 5.8, faint trance of proteins?

i did UFR urine analysis is colour - pale yellow appearence - slightly turbid glucose- negative bilirubin- negative ketone - negative specific gravity-1.030 PH- 5.8 protines- faint trance urobilinogen- + normal value nitrite- negative i need to know how about my test????
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your query.
Your UFR results seems to be within normal ranges. Urobilinogen is hemoglobin metabolite which is excreted through urine. normally up to 1 mg/dL urobilinogen is present in normal urine. A result of 2.0 mg/dL represents the transition from normal to abnormal levels of urobilinogen and the patient should be evaluated further.
Similarly protein may appear in traces in urine normally and depends on you protein diet.
However, to be more clear you are advised to get your CBC,LFT and Bilirubin test.
Hope it helps.
Take care!
Answered: Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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