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What does the Urine analysis says ?

quantity 60 ml colour yellow aspect turbid reaction acidic sp. gr. 1030 albumin nil sugar nil acetone nil bile salts nil bilirubin nil urobilinogen normal trace pus cells 6-8 / h.p.f red cells 0-1 / h.p.f casts nil parastic ova nil crystals nil epithelial cells +++ other non so what does it mean please ?
Asked On : Wed, 29 Feb 2012
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Hello. Welcome to HCM.
The positive findings in your urine are presence of traces of urobilinogen and mild increase in pus cells and epithelial cells. Traces of urobilinigen is important only if you also have elevated bilirubin, so you must get it tested. In case of females, epithelial cells are common and are usually of vaginal epithelium. Number of pus cells is also not significant.
The best approach will be to drink loads of water and repeat tests after a fornight, along with serum bilirubin- direct and indirect.
take care.
Answered: Wed, 29 Feb 2012
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