Epithelial cell and pus cell in urinalysis report
Dear sir, Routine urinalysis of my wife shows following results APPEARANCE SLIGHT HAZY COLOUR STRAW DEPOSIT TRACE SPECIFIC GRAVITY 1010 REACTION ACID PH 6.00 PUS CELLS 4-6/ HPF EPITHELIAL CELLS 6-8/HPF Please advise me what it means
Child's urinalysis shows PUS cells as many. Suggestions?
Hi. I need help in interpreting the result of urinalysis for my child who is a 6 year old boy. The result are as follows: Color: yellow Transparency: Slightly turbid Reaction: Neutral pH: 7.0 Specific gravity: 1.015 Bilirubin/Glucose/Ketones/Nitrite/Urpobilinogen/Leukocyte : all negative Protein:...
Child having fever, pus cells found in urinalysis. kidney stones or UTI?
Hi! My daughter who s 6 years old, in her urine test report we ve found pus cells in the range of 20-40. She was down with high fever for 5-6 days last week and during her first urine examination there were pus cells in the range of 5-10 and also some calcium oxalate stones were visible (as per...
hi I was given a blowjob by a girl. urinalysis and it shows that I have 1-5 pus cells and a few epithelial cells, 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 epithelial cells are normal.
I got a blowjob now I have burning sensation on penis. urinalysis show pus cells 1-5 and epithelial few. ph 5 please give medicine
Pus cells in the urine is due to urinary tract infection.
Consult your doctor and request him for urine culture and sensitivity test.
Based on which he may prescribe you a course of antibiotic.
Take the full course of antibiotic for complete cure of the UTI.
pus cells 2
epithelial cell 4
its totally normal,
2 pus cell and 4 epithelial cell is normally seen.
there is no infection.
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