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What causes pus cells in stool?

6 -8 pus cell in stool ...
 

What are the findings from the stool test?

Hi I am XXXX, my age is 30 . Today I have done stool test and below is finding Blood -: Present Occult blood -: Negative Reaction -: Alkaline Pus Cells -: 1-2 hpf RBCs -: Occasional/hpf Ova -: Absent ...
 

What causes diarrhea and green stool?

Ui doctor...my student is passing loose watety stools last 20 days ....his routine stool test shows his pus cell are 3.5...and stool colour is green .....I have consulted many doctor. ...wat to do ...
 

Treatment for stomach pain and sticky stools?

one week. she is having sticky motion. her stool examination result showed colour: brown consistency: semi solid reaction: alkaline pus cell :0-1 epithelial cells: ocassional cysts: entamoeba histolica 0 ...
 

What causes occult blood in stool?

Baby's (Boy) age is 2 1/2 months. Stool test reveals presence of ocult blood and pus cell 28-30.No mother milk. Feeding only lactogen 1. Doctor diagnosed infection probably out of animal protein. Hence ...
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stool examination

I was sick and I had a stool examination my result is as follows: Appearance; Normal consistency: Mucoid Microscopy: No Ova/Para. Seen Other: Pus Cells ++ ...
 

Having pus in stools.

What does pus cells(0-3/hpf) and R.B.C.(0-3/hpf) mean in a baby s stool.? ...
 

What is the remedy for the loose stools and pus cells in stools ?

my baby is 13 months old, she is having lose motions plus 4 to 5 times done stool per day ...dr. said to do stool test ...she is having pus cells are about 4-6 ,.........and culture stool test result ...
 

Need analysis of stool culture

my baby is 2 years and 2 months old, the examine shows that the color of her stool is brown, soft mucoid, many bacteria, red cells 2-3 /hpf 5-10 /hpf pus cells. and fat globules is few. other is no ova ...
 

Is the stool test normal?

My baby is 7 months old and last week she had temperature.I got her stool routine test done and the results were like this 15-20 pus cells present Cyst-EH present and Mucus present what does this mean ...
 

Is the stool test result normal?

Dear Sir, this is ramesh from orissa . few days back I have tested my stool and report finded out that mucus is present and yeast is moderate, pus cells - 4-5/ H.P.F, Undigested food particles- present, veg ...
 

Is the stool test report normal?

my son stool examination report is as below- colour-brown,consistency-semi solid,mucus-present,blood-absent,parasite-absent,reaction-acidic,reducing sugar-absent,occult blood-absent,cyst of protozoa-E.H present,eggs of helminths:absent,Erythocytes:absent,pus ...
 

Suggest remedy for greenish stools

test nd the reports r worst than the before now it shows tht pus cells 6.8 nd even rbcs as 1-2 nd occult blood as positive nd trace .... The test done before showed just pus cell 4 - 5 nd mucosa seen ...
 

What causes blood in stool?

of the test was :Mucus present,pus cells 2-3/hpf and motile bacteria present.could u advice me is there any ...
 

Fat globules in stool.

hello,early i examined stool of my 2yrs son because of loose motion and it get positive for pus cells +embeded in musus, fat globules ++++, r substance traces.But before starting antibiotic the loose ...
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what is the normal RBCs count and pus cells in stool
hi, it is nil.
 
I have a 24 days old daughter. We just took her stool test. PUS cells: 6-8/hpf. What is the normal range considering age?
6-8 pus cells in the stool is not abnormal.
 
hello Dr, my father is 58.frm1 week his stools are watery n a stomach pain. the stool test showed 10-15 pus cells,occult blood n stool forming substance absent
Hello , your father is suffering form a stomach infection and will need antibiotics for it. Please keep him hydrated and ask him to take lots of fluids, Thanks
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