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my urine dr report says : rbc: 03/hpf , leukocytes 04/hpf , epithelial cells 20 /hpf , bacteria: moderate , mucus +1 plz let me know what could be wrong, im in my 12 week of pregnancy...
Asked On : Tue, 20 Mar 2012
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Normally the rbcs and wbcs which are red and white blood cells & epithelial cells are absent in urine.When any bacteria or other organisms cause urine infection these cells are seen in the urine report.
So this report is suggestive of a urinary tract infection which has to be treated soon with antibiotics as per your doctors prescription.Otherwise it can worsen and cause further spread of infection and may even cause complications related to your pregnancy.If treated in time these complications can be avoided.
Hence please consult your gynaecologist for apropriate management.
Wishing you a speedy recovery.
Answered: Tue, 20 Mar 2012
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