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Pregnant. Having pain near ovary. Urine test done. What does report say?

I am 6.5 months pregnent. Urine examination shows color yellow Specific gravity 1.005 Turbidity + Deposits + Ph 8 sugar NIL Ketones NIL Proteins NIL Blood NIL Haemoglobin NIL Urobilinogen Normal Bilirubin NIL Nitrite NIL PUS Cell 2-4 / HPF Red blood cell NIL Epithelial cells 10-12 / HPF casts NIL crystal NIL amorphous NIL Organisms NIL Misc Yeast cell + I have also some pain near overy What you suggest about report
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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The urine report is within normal limits. The mild pain that you are having in your lower abdomen is likely to be positional which is commonly seen due to a lax abdominal wall. There is nothing to worry. Taking adequate rest will help.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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