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Urinalysis done, shows cloudy urine, WBC, mucus, epithelial cells, high amorphous urates. Treatment?

hi Doc can u pls explain the result of my urinalysis? im 20y ,, color: light yellow; transperancy: slightly cloudy; RBC : 0-1/hpf; WBC: 3-5/hpf; Epithelial Cells: few; Bacteria:few; Mucus Threads: Few; Amorphous Urates: Many.. What should i do doc,, Im worried of my result especially that word many fron Amorphous Urates,, Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
first of all, why was your problems for which you had to do a urine test?
From the report it can be said all are within normal limit, except amorphous urate material. It means there is a chance of urinary stone formation.
You have to do a USG of whole abdomen which will reveal what is the problem.
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Pulmonologist Dr. Kaushik Saha's  Response
Thanks for query,
Your urine analysis report is normal. Amorphous urates are usually found in acidic urine. About WBC and few bacteria you can do a urine culture.
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