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Test showed urine color yellow, moderate bacteria and mucus thread occasional. What does this mean?

hi im 30yr old women, i have my urine test now.... but i dont understand the result. can you tell what is it.... my urine color is dark yellow, tranparency is turbid, reaction is acidic-ph6.0, specific gravity 1.010... chemical test albumin is positive+3, glucose iis negative.... RBC too many to count, pus cell is 55-68/hpf. squamous is moderate.. bacteria is moderat, mucus thread occasional, amorphous urates few...... this is my urine test result.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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The finding of numerous pus cells and RBCs in urine definitely means presence of a disease. RBCs in urine indicate bleeding in your urinary system.
Clinical diagnosis will depend on the presence or absence, and the kind of symptoms. You have not specified any symptoms in your mail. Such finding would most commonly arise from an inflammatory disease of the urinary tract, acute or chronic. Other causes would include stone disease and even some malignant diseases of the urinary passage.
At your age most likely cause for such a report could be because of kidney stones associated with urinary tract infection.
Consult a doctor and get properly investigated to find the exact cause and treatment.

Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
General & Family Physician Dr. Himanshu Pandey's  Response
Hi ! Thanks For Asking ! You Have Urinary Tract infection Or Kidney Infection, Do You Have Burning Urination, Pain In Lower Back, Anemia Symptoms. I Think You Have To Start Consulting Urologist For Further Diagnose. Be Safe And Healthy. Bye.
Answered: Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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