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Bacteria present in Urine analysis. Few renal, epithelial, pus cells, RBC found. Advice required?

Hi! I am 52 yrs. old female. Just had my urinalysis & could you please help me interpret the result ; Color yellow Transparency slightly turbid Sugar negative Albumin 4+ pH 6.5 Specific gravity 1.026 Pus cells 8-12/HFP RBC 100/HFP Epithelial cells few Bacteria many Renal cells rare Thank you very much. God bless
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Thanks for your query,
The first possibility is Urinary tract infection with Nephritis as you have four plus Albumin passing in urine with presence of pus & blood.
The second possibility is of stone with urinary tract infection with Nephritis.
I think you should consult Urologist he will see Your kidney function test S.creatinine along with USG & othe blood test to conform diagnosis.
Thanks again.
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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