Hello Sir, my wife is in he 29th week of pregnancy. During a routine medical examination, traces os albumin were detected in her urine . The reports are yet to be shown to her doctor, but Im curious to know ...
hi there can you explain me the results of the urine test of my baby boy 16 months old? Specific weight is 1030 and he has traces of albumin . the other values are normal. What is the problem ? what can ...
i am having ninth month pregnancy after todays routine check ask me for a urine checkup after that in that report there is urinealbuminetraces so they ask there is arisk for me actually i m also having a breech ...
Dear Doctor, My daughter is 2.8 years old. Her urine test shows traces of albumin present and pus cells 4-5 hpf. She also has temperature upto 102 deg celsius for the past three days which keeps varying ...
in urine test report there are traces in albumin,please suggest remedy.
Nothing to be done now. Drink plenty of water. Repeat the test after a week.
Urine analysis shows traces of albumin and pus cells 15-20...please tell what does this indicate
Traces of albumin can be normal.
15 - 20 Pus cells can be due to infection.
Please take antibiotic like Norfloxacin 400mg twice daily,Citralka syrup after dilution.
If there is no response,please send your urine for culture and sensitivity.Then,you can use an appropriate antibiotic.
Wish you good health
Hi Doctor, I have a daughter of 2 years and 8 months.She is having Traces of Albumin in her urine and also many crystals of Calcium Oxalate.She is very weak.
Your child needs to be fully investigated. She needs to have USG, n X ray of abdomen, including Kidneys and bladder. She has to do blood tests to rule out certain metabolic diseases, which could be the cause of crystals in urine, as well as test for Kidney function. Crystals in urine is only a symptom, we must know the cause of it. The primary disease could be the cause of weakness, low weight.
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