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Pus cells, RBCs in urine. High cholesterol levels. Suggestions?

I want to know the result of urine analysis is indication of what ?! quantity:random sample aspect: slightly turbid color : yellow reaction:Acidic specific gravity: Q.N.S Albumin:Nil sugar:Nil Acetone: Nil bile pigment: Nil bile salts: Nil urobilinogen: Normal trace pus cells: 18-20 in few clumps /HPF RBC: 2-4 /HPF epithelial cells : ++ crystals: Nil casts:Nil /Lpf ova:Nil other finding : Nil and please I want to know what makes cholestrol rise above high risk in analysis of serum total serum cholesterol is 235 mg/dl serum triglycerides is 105 mg/dl
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Cardiologist 's  Response
your urine examination suggesting urinary tract infection.
your lipid profile is with in normal limit
Answered: Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Omer's  Response
its so simple
uti vs std(urinary tract infection versus sexually transmitted disesase)
high cholestrol can be beacise following
hereditary hyoercholesterimia
wrong timming of cholestrol testing like wrong fasting time before testing
or you are having obesity
take care

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