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Urine test done, shows albumin traces, no pus cells, slight epithelial cells. Abnormal report?

good afternoon sir, i want to know about urine reports is :- physical examination quantity----10ml appearence-------clear odour ---------aromatic deposit -----absent biochemical examination sugar -------nil albumin ----------f.traces microscopic examination pus cells --------occ/hpf epithilial cells ------0-1/hpf what is problem in this reports
Asked On : Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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Radiologist 's  Response
Hi , welcome to HCM
ON basis of lab report it appears that you have mild urinary tract infection. There are just few pus cells seen.
You should consult your doctor and start antibiotics , after copletion of treatment again do repeat urine examination.
If possible please memtion your complaints if you want more help.
Thanking you.
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Emergency Medicine Specialist Dr. R.A. Singh's  Response
Dear Hari Om, hello.
Your urine report is absolutely normal except indication of few traces of albumin in urine.
Albumin is a protein which is normally absent in urine. Its presence in urine can be due to damage in kidney. But traces of it are of not much significance. Repeat urine examination after some weeks because persistent albumin in urine in atleast two samples taken with few weeks gap shows damage in kidney has started if no other cause is present.
Other causes of albumin in urine are:-
1. Diabetes Mellitus
2. Hypertension (increased blood pressure)
3. Illness
4. Heavy Exercise
5. Urinary Tract Infection
6. Smoking
7. Standing upright for long
So, dear Hari Om, your present report has nothing significant. You can have a repeated sample after few weeks.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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