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Urine analysis showed gravity: 1.005, pH: 6.5, WBC:0-1/HPF, bacteria: few, epithelial cells: few. Explain

good day dr. can you pls interprete my urine analysis IM 42 yrs old...color: yellow, transparency: clear,specific gravity :1.005, pH:6.5, ALBUMIN: negative, SUGAR :negative, WBC: 0-1/HPF,RBC: none, bacteria: FEW , epithelial cells: FEW ,mucous threads: none,calcium oxalates: none ...i highly appreciate it hope you can interprete...thank you so much
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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hi Im Dr Usman,
well it seems that you might have mild urinary tract infection that is causing mild bacteria to appear in your urine. remeber urine should be sterile that is it is free of pathogens, if you are not having any symptoms , them get a repeat urine R/E after a weel , if the result is same then you may be having asymyomatic urinary tract infection. in that case you require antibiotics a short course thanks
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