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Suffering from hypothyroid. Urinalysis done. Protein detected, presence of WBC cells. No glucose. What does report suggest?

Hello Doc, I am 29 years old girl. this is my urinanalysis test report. Kindly let me what is the problem. Color - pale yellow appearance - slightly hazy PH - 6.0 specific gravity - =1030 glucose - nill protein - detected(trace) ketones - nill blood - not detected bilirubin - nill urobilinogen - normal nitrite - nill WBC - 5-7 hpf epithelial cells - 10-15 hpf RBC - nill casts - nill crystals - nill bacteria - nill I am suffering from hypothyroid.
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, welcome to HCM, I am Dr Das
Firstly, your urine analysis report shows presence of increased epithelial cells, pus cells in an acidic pH.
It occurs when you are suffering from urinary tract infection.
So, consult with your treating doctor for a clinical correlation and further management with proper antibiotics.
Thats all.
Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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