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Urine analysis done. Sugar, protein not found, few pus cells, red cells found. Report normal?

hi! I would Like to ask for an interpretation of my urinalysis Report.. CoLor: Dark yellow Transparency: Slightly Hazy Ph: 5 Specific Gravity: 1.015 sugar and protein: NEGATIVE Microscopic Analysis Pus Cell : 4-6 /HPF Red Cell: 0-2 /HPF Epithelial Cells: FEW Mucus Threads: Occasional Amorphous Urates/Phosphates: Occasional Bacteria: Moderate Thank you!
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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Hello and welcome,

I would like to know if this urine analysis was advised or was taken during a routine health check-up.

Let us come down to the results. Color, transparency, pH and specific gravity are all normal. Sugar and protein absent, which is normal again.

Pus cells are also normal, red blood cells are seen in the urine of females when samples are taken during their periods, 0-2 cells are too less to be a problem. Few epithelial cells again are of no significance.

Bacteria in the urine is commonly seen as bacteria can easily grow on the genitalia and as they easily multiply in the urine, they can increase in the urine sample.

You would want to take a urine culture to confirm an infection of any kind if this test was taken due to an indication.

Otherwise you have nothing to worry about. You are a healthy individual and are doing fine.

You can always contact us for any further information.

My best wishes are with you.
Answered: Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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