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Lower abdominal pains, hurts on sleeping on sides. Urine test done. What does report mean?

I took a urine test and here are two results that stick out to me- I ve been having lower abdominal pain and it hurts to sleep on my sides. The more I walk the more my lower abdominal area hurts. RBC , URINE HPF 0-3 0 - 3 /HPF WBC S, UA/HPF 3-5 0 - 5 /HPF BACTERIA, URINE HPF TRACE NEGATIVE SQUAMOUS EPITHELIAL CELLS, URINE SED, AUTOMATED COUNT, QUAL FEW N/A RBC, URINE HPF 0-3 0 - 3 /HPF WBC S, UA/HPF 3-5 0 - 5 /HPF BACTERIA, URINE HPF TRACE NEGATIVE SQUAMOUS EPITHELIAL CELLS, URINE SED, AUTOMATED COUNT, QUAL FEW N/A I m wondering if I have a bladder infection or kidney infection? Thank you for your help.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Hi
these report appear normal
Dont think you have a bladder or kidney infection.
Get your ultra sonography done to see that there is no other problem.
Hope this answers your query
Wish you a speedy recovery
Answered: Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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