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32 weeks pregnant. Urine test done, shows occult blood, WBCs, epithelial cells, bacteria, mucus threads. Normal report?

Hi! I m 30 y/o and on my 32nd week of pregnancy for my first child. I would like to ask for the result of my most recent urinalysis: Color: Yellow Transparency: Hazy Reaction: 70 Specific Gravity: 1.005 Blood (Occult): Trace Protein and Sugar: Negative WBC: 5-7 RBC 1-4 Epithelial cells: few Bacteria: few Mucus Threads: occasional Are the results normal?
Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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dear mcc.garcia,

welcome to hcm.
Kindly mention if U had any history of Kidney stones or any Urinarty tract infection previously. Also it would be informative if u could mention ur average daily water intake. The urine analysis report is suggestive of mild UTI (Urinay tract infection) and I am also suspecting the sample to be admixed with the amniotic fluid (the fluid which is around the baby for its protection and nourishment in the womb) if any, due to any minor PV leak.

Kindly consult ur Obstetrician & Gynecologist, Probably with a repeat Urine analysis with proper hygiene followed before hand and kindly make sure u provide a mid-stream sample of urine to the lab and then take the advice of the consultant for a clinical corelation and Per Vaginal examination to rule out any gynecological complications which may be the cause and also so that appropriate steps can be taken to prevent transmission of the infection to the fetus.

Thank You:-)
Have a happy time:-)
Kindly do not panic:-)
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