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Bleeding between periods, mild fluid in P.O.D., pus cells 0-2/hpF in urine, epithelial cells ++

i am 30 years old woman with 2 children. i have been experiencing bleeding between my period for over six month i went for scan, and the result said there is mild fluid in P.O.D, urine test shows pus cell 0-2/hpF, Epithelial cells ++, yeilded no growth after 48 hours of incumbation at 37C. pls doctor explain
Asked On : Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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Fluid in Pouch of Douglas (POD) indicates inflammation in the pelvic organs like uterus, broad ligament and pelvis in general.

Pus cells of 0-2, epithelial cells of ++ on urine routine are insignificant. These are normal findings.

No growth on urine culture means to say that there is no bacteria in your urine i.e. you do not have UTI (Urinary Tract Infection).

Hope I am clear.

Answered: Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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