Can you translate this test results for me it s my urinalysis. Color= Yellow Appearance= Slightly Hazy Reaction (PH)= 5.0 Specific Gravity= 1.005 Sugar= Negative PRotein= Negative Puscells= 6-8/HPF ...
good afternnon doc, what is the meaning if your urinalysis result is like this .. albumin : Trace. PusCells : 15-30 Sugar : Negative RBC : 5-10 ph : Alkaline. E. Cells : + SpGr : 1.015 Bacteria: +++ A ...
gud eve.. i just had a urinalysis and the following information were written on the result paper: microscopic: color - light yellow microscopic: puscells - 40-45/hpf appearance- turbid red cells - 1-3/hpf ...
good day doc. im a female 19 in age. i just had my urinalysis and the result was color: amber, transparency: turbid, PH: 5.0, reaction: acidic, epithelial cells: many, mucus threads: occasional, puscells ...
hi im 26,im 3 months pregnant.i took a urinalysis and the microscopic result are the ff: color:yellow,protien:negative,ph:6.0,transparency:cloudy,sugar:negative,s.p.gr:1.010,puscells:0-1,epithelial cells ...
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
what does bacteria occasional means in my urinalysis?
It means take treatment only if symptoms of urinary tract infection are present.
hi I was given a blowjob by a girl. urinalysis and it shows that I have 1-5 puscells 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 puscells and few epithelial cells are normal.
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