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Slightly high ph, protein and specific gravity level in urinalysis. Reasons ?

Hi I know this is not an emergency but I work nights and so can not get to the doctors, I have the home urinalysis reagent strips and have done a few over the past couple of weeks, I have done one today ...
 

Please tell me about my ultrasound and urinalysis

Hello Sir, I have a question about my urinalysis: My ultrasound result last september 18 ,2010 ... and prostate gland . Last August 2010 my urinalysis result in microscopic is pus cell 2-4/hpf, RBC IS 10 ...
 

traces of blood was present in the urinalysis

in the urinalysis. the blood is not physically visible as the colour of the urine is normal. please what could ... weeks, a repeat was done and the result came back that traces still existed. please note that the repeat ...
 

Is the urinalysis result normal ?

Hello Doctor my urinalysis result is like this... color: yellow, Transparency: Slightly Turbid, Glucose/Sugar: negative Protein: trace, pH: 6.0, Specific Gravity: 1.015, WBC: 0-2 hpf, RBC: 3-5 hpf ...
 

Was treated with amoxicillin, cephalexin, and ofloxacin for repeated UTI. What is my urinalysis stating?

Hello Doctor. Since October 2012 I was treated with amoxicillin , cephalexin , and ofloxacin for repeated uti as based on urine cultures. Now my new urinalysis pus cells is 50-60 and rbc is 3-5. No urine ...
 

Is the urinalysis report normal while on UTI medications ?

hi doc my routine urinalysis ; color : slightly turbid reaction acidic sp gravity 1.030 albumin ... of granullar cast: 0-1 / lpf i had recently UTI and the doctor prescribr me anti-biotic what is your view ...
 

Is it safe to take pseudoephedrine for cold before urinalysis?

I took a cold med today at 11 am it has 30mg of puesephedrine. I may have a u a tomorrow for my doctor in which of course I will let her know I took it but have in the past been accused of using drugs ...
 

Leukocytes high in urinalysis. Does that indicate UTI?

I went to the doctor today and they did a urinalysis. it indicated leukocytes were at 500 wbc/u L. does that indicate a uti? I was told it was going to be sent to the lab for testing. She told me ...
 

7 year old with low grade fever and UTI. Repeated urinalysis done. Urine culture requested. Is there an infection?

Hi, im a pediatrician who recently encountered a patient with a urinalysis suspected of UTI so short of doing a repeat urinalysis, a urine culture was requested. It showed few growths of providencia ...
 

Pregnant, urinalysis showed albumin trace, pus cells, rbc. Had taken amoxicillin. What does that indicate?

im pregnant woman i have edema in my both feet. when i visited my doctor last week he requested for urinalysis and the result was, they found 2+ protein and pus. he prescribed a week of intake of Amoxicillin ...
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Why is my abdomen becoming larger and what are the findings from the urinalysis report?

aside from my UTI and furthermore, let me give you my lab results from urinalysis . it was dark yellow .../o consulting my doctor and due to pain on my abdomen area i had my doctors order a year ago to have ...
 

Urinalysis came back negative with the exception of Occult Blood. Scheduled for a Cystoscopy. Why anxiety?

Doctor, all my my tests as they relate to my urinalysis came back negative with the exception ... and my PSA levels are normal. My question is this: considering that all other levels in my Urinalysis ...
 

Had urinalysis was put on antibiotics. History of infection. Suggest?

Ok. Because I don t have insurance, when I went to the doctor they only did the urinalysis . The culture will be back Monday. I was put on antibiotics because of a history of infection. Also ...
 

Urinalysis showed high uwbc and urbc count. On omnicef for a sinus infection. Concerned?

I just got the results of my urinalysis . The "uwbc" count was greater than 100 and the "urbc" count was 50-100. The doctor put me on omnicef for a sinus infection but never mentioned a UTI. What ...
 

Urinalysis done. Found presence of wbc and epithelial cell. Should I be concerned?

Age 65 female with urinalysis testing results indicating: WBC Esterase 3+ and WBC >30 Epithelial cells (renal) 0-10 plus casts and crystals present. tests shows all 5 items as abnormal; my doctor said ...
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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
Hello, 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.
 
Should I be worried about Leukocytes, high Ketones and Urobilinogen showing up on my urinalysis strips?
These results could be consistent with a very recent or current urinary tract infection or with diabetes, just to name the most common settings. Make sure to follow up with your doctor regarding these results to exclude other conditions.
 
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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