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Is having 2-4/hpf pus cells in urine normal?

hello doc, good day! I just had my urinalysis and the results are as follows: color: yellow transparency: hazy reaction: acidic pH:5.0 sp gr: 1.030 albumin: negative sugar: negative rbc: 0-1/hpf pus cells: 2-4/hpf squamous: moderate bacteria: few mucus threads: few are these values normal? specifically my pus cell count?
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hello user,
The number of pus cells are normal !! Normal numbers of pus cells are up to 0-5/hpf in males and may be up to 0-10/hpf in females.

The finding which is significant is bacterial count as it is moderate in number (which should be zero), but this test should be related clinically, if u r feeling frequency, urgency, burning sensation and dysurea, then it might be due to UTI, for that you have to take antibiotics and plenty of fluids.

In other case if the urine collection procedure was wrong like
1. You have to retract prepuce in case of males and retract labia majora in case of females before collecting urine, or
2. Its not collected in proper aseptic container,
3. It must be mid stream sample ,etc

then it may be falsely positive !!!

hope my info helped you !!
Dr Hari Om Chandrakar

Answered: Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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