What is the result of my urinalysis? Am pregnant
what is the result of my urinalysis?..im 5mos.pregnant..is this normal?.. PHYSICAL TEST color:light yellow transparency:turbid specific gravity: 1.015 CHEMICAL TEST reaction: alkaline(ph7.0) albumin:negative glucose:negative Urobilinogin: normal(3.3-16.0 umol/L bilirubin:negative Ketone;negative...
Are the results of my urinalysis wrong?
I dont have time yet to go to the hospital this week, I might go next week, the result of my urinalysis came, I just want to ask if it is normal or there is something wrong. Color-light yellow , slightly hazy. Reaction - alkaline Specific gravity : 1010 rbc: 0-2 /hpf. Pus cells: 10-12/hpf....
What does urinalysis report suggest? Is there any kind of issue?
Hi i am a female..i got my urine tested and the report says : Macroscopic: colour- pale yellow reaction - acidic chemical: albumin - trace sugar - nil microscopic : pus cell 12-15 hpf epithelial cell 4-5 hpf RBC - nil casts - nil crystals - nil mucous shreds - nil this was the whole report please...
Is the urinalysis report normal while on UTI medications ?
hi doc my routine urinalysis ; color : slightly turbid reaction acidic sp gravity 1.030 albumin trace pus cells 2-5/hpf rbc 0-1/hpf epit.cells: occasional a.urates rare other findings coarse of granullar cast: 0-1 / lpf i had recently UTI and the doctor prescribr me anti-biotic what is your view...
What does the urinalysis suggest? Is it denoting danger?
hello dr, my daughter has 4 years old and i had a urine analysis for her Colour Clear Aspect ml Voided sample Volume 4.7 - 7.8 5.0 Reaction 1.005-1.025 1.025 Specific Gravity Not Detected Nil Nitrite Nil Albumin Not Detected Nil Sugar Not Detected Nil Acetone Not Detected Nil Bile Salts Not...
9 weeks pregnant, urinalysis, blood work done. Normal report?
i am 9 weeks pregnant. my urine and blood analysis results are specific gravity: 1.005 pus cells: 4-6/ HPF R.B.C : nil epithelial cells:10-15 /HPF CAST AND CRYSTALS: NIL COLOUR: PALE YELLOW APPEARENCE: SLIGHLTY HAZY PH: ACIDIC PROTEIN: TRACE GLUCOSE AND OTHERS ARE NIL BLOOD REPORT: HEMOGLOBIN:...
Urinalysis done. Is the report normal?
hi im 31 yrs old male,i have my urine test now........but i can t understand what it means of result.can you tell me what is it? the color of my urine is yellow, ph 5.0,transperency is clear, albumin trace,sugar negative,specific gravity is 1.010, pus cell is 0-3,mucous threads is moderate. this...
Pregnant. Have had urinalysis. What does result indicate?
my urinalysis resuslt is: physical exam: color-yellow transparency-hazy specific gravity-1.025 chemical exam: albumin-+1 sugar-negative pH-5.0 acidic microscopic exam: pus cell-4-7/hpf rbc-1-4/hpf epithelial cells-many mucus threads-few bacteria-many amorphous material-few im 30 years old and...
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.
I have frequent urination, negative from painful urination. Urinalysis shows normal. What is the other cause?
Hi. Thanks for writing us on HCM.
Frequent urination if associated with excess of thirst/hunger/tiredness is commonly seen in early diabetes.I suggest you get you blood sugars(both random and well as fasting sugars).Consult your doctor in case they are high.If sugars are normal -urinary tract infection(common in ladies),overactive bladderr have to be ruled out.Hope this helps.Take car
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