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What does negative yeast, negative bacteria and none of abnormal crystals in a urinalysis test mean?

Hi, I have 18 years old, my weight is 116lb, I want to know if this urinaysis test is fine...!! If cant answer my in spanish better.. thanks Reference Values Color: Yellow Clarity: Clear Glucose: negative Billirubin: Negative Ketone: Negative S.G.: 1.001 - 1.035 Blood: Negative PH: 5-7 Protein: NEgative Urobilinogen: 1.0 E.U/DL Nitrite: negative Leukocyte: Negative Microscopic RBC: 0-3/hpf WBC: 0-5/hpf Hyaline Cast: 0-2/ hpf Epithelial Cells: Squamous:few/hpf Renals: few/hpf Transitional: few/hpf Bacteria: negative Abnormal crystal: none/lpf Yeast: negative
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have done your urine analysis .
After going through your report I can say that your urine report is absolutely normal and indicate that you have no urinary disease of any nature what’s so ever.
Bacteria negative indicates absence of infection,\
Absence of crystal indicates absence of any stones in urine.
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Answered: Mon, 18 Nov 2013
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