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What does my urine analysis indicate ?

My urinalysis showed the following: ketones showed *1+ SP Gravity =1.030 Blood *2+ pH 5.0 Urobilinogen 0.2 E.U/dl WBC 0 RBC 10-12 Bacteria Light EPI s 2-4 Other 2+ Mucus I have had blood in urine for the past year and this is what the urinalysis showed. I have had hysterectomy so I know it is not stemming from that. I don t feel I have a UTI and the doctor s office did not suggest either. The doctor s office is setting me up with a Urologist. What are the possibilities of what is happening?
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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hi eirrehs..
from your urine report its pointing towards renal involvement(sometimes due to untreated UTIs the infection spreads upwards and kidneys get involved)...i advice you to get a renal function test and USG kidney ureter bladder to rule out any complication.
Hope u get well soon
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