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What does "presence of 10-12 pus cells and oxalate.." mean?

sir i just had a urine test and my report shows the presence of 10-12 pus cells and oxalate.and urine is turbid and pale yellow.i never feel any pain in kidney area. i also had ultrasonography of kidney,bladder and whole abdomen 4 months ago.everything was normal.but for past one month i feel burning in urine in the morning only.i m use to drinking around 9 -10 litres of water a day and no alcohol.but two month ago i used dianabol and nandrolone decanoate(steroids) as i m a bodybuilder.i've used this stack earlier also but don't have such problem.i used them two months ago.and im off of them since last two months.so does this indicate i 've any kidney stone or something else
Fri, 4 Jul 2014
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response
Hi
Pus cells are seen in infection, with the history you have it appears you are having urinary tract infection. Get a culture sensitivity of urine to start antibiotics.
Regarding oxalates they are formed by incomplete oxidation of carbohydrates
Their presence in urine is a probability of renal stone. So you need to be vigilant and get necessary investigation to confirm or rule out renal stones as oxalates are the commonest type of crystal to form stones
Regards
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What does "presence of 10-12 pus cells and oxalate.." mean?

Hi Pus cells are seen in infection, with the history you have it appears you are having urinary tract infection. Get a culture sensitivity of urine to start antibiotics. Regarding oxalates they are formed by incomplete oxidation of carbohydrates Their presence in urine is a probability of renal stone. So you need to be vigilant and get necessary investigation to confirm or rule out renal stones as oxalates are the commonest type of crystal to form stones Regards