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Urine reports. Protein 30mg, leukocytes 25-30hpf, red blood cells 6-8hpf, epithelial cells (++)hpf. Suggestions?

Hi i am house wife today i sand my urine sample for lab report is colour yellow appearance turbid specific gravity 1.020 reaction ph 6.0ph protein 30mg% glucose negative % ketone bodies negative bilirubin negative urobilinogem normal nitrite negative MICROSOPIC leukocytes 25-30/hpf red blood cells 6-8/hpf epithelial cells (++)/hpf casts granular(occasional)/hpf pl check my report and sand me a answer thanks mrs zaidi
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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hi there, your urine report shows all the parameters under normal range except leuckocytes which are more. These signify that you may be suffering from UTI or urinary tract infection. That could also explain the RBCs in your urine which are normally not found. You could get a culture and senstivity of your urine done and appropriate antibiotic can be started according to the organism grown. Rest everything is fine, take care.
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