Hi, I need help interpreting vaginalswab results. 37 weeks pregnant, experiencing odourless green vaginal discharge with only very occasional itching. Microscopy shows presence of WBC, epithelialcells ...
Hi, I am Aurora and I want to ask you: for a vaginal problem (itching and burning sensation) my doctor did me a swab in which the RBCS resulted 4-8 and EP CELL +3 (the rest was normal). She game me ...
my urine D/R shows red cells nil per HPF leucocytes numerous per HPF epithelialcells + per HPF and my urine culture is positive for coagulase negative staphlococci (10,000/ml) i want to know treatment ...
im 38yrs old,female,have been suffering from loose stools since the past ten days.just once a day in the mornings. had a rotine stool test done today which showed occasional pus cells and epithelialcells ...
hi, i am 22 yrs old woman. i was asked to do a urine routine test which shows pus cells - 20 to 22 hpf and epithelialcells - ++ hpf. and white bleeding is coming as yellowish in color and have smell ...
clear sticky spontaneous nipple discharge. lab results show rare epithelialcells rare cocci cells from swab of secretion what does this mean?
I have gone through your query and understand your concern.
You are having galactorrhoea.
Galactorrhea occurs because your body is making too much prolactin — the hormone your brain produces to stimulate milk production when you have a baby.
Possible causes include:A hormonal imbalance, such as from taking birth control pills, An underactive thyroid gland, A tumor (prolactinoma).
pus cells 2
its totally normal,
2 pus cell and 4 epithelialcell is normally seen.
there is no infection.
hi I was given a blowjob by a girl. urinalysis and it shows that I have 1-5 pus cells and a few epithelialcells, I need medication
No need for any medication.
If there is burning micturition, then you have to take treatment.
1-5 pus cells and few epithelialcells are normal.
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