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Normal range of pus cells in stool of infant

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doctor1 MD

isolated. If all reports r normal , why am I getting loose stools in morning and sometimes in evening? I don't have blood in stool but there are pus cells and mucus detected. Please guide me. ...

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loose motions. He refuses to have cerelac. We can only feed him with Nan Pro2 or mother feed. His stool test report suggested 0-3hpf of pus cells | acidic reaction | Semi consistency form | Greenish yellow ...

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My son is having loose stool with pus cell ranging from 1 to 2. is it normal or he needs any treatment. Further he is having acute ITP ...

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. But let me assure that passing stool 10 times a day can be normal in infants and I would not really worry ... :: Absent Microscopic Examination: RBC :: Absent Pus Cells :: 1 to 2 Ova :: Not detected Cysts ...

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baby age: 7 months female stool consistency: loose stool color: greenish mucus: present pus cells: 6-8 Is there anything to worry about my baby? ...

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I was sick and I had a stool examination my result is as follows: Appearance; Normal consistency: Mucoid Microscopy: No Ova/Para. Seen Other: Pus Cells ++ ...

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My baby is 7 months old and last week she had temperature.I got her stool routine test done and the results were like this 15-20 pus cells present Cyst-EH present and Mucus present what does this mean ...

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I need to know if the following results for the Stool examination are normal or not for a child 2 ... ): Alkaline Pus Cells: 1-2 RBCs: 0-1 Starch: Few Fat globules: ++ Vegetable cells: Nil Muscle fibres: Nil ...

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. the doc got her stool examination done, PH level was 6, pus cell 6-7hpf, bacteria present (name ...-7 HPF pus cell and is sticky poop normal ...

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that mucus is present and yeast is moderate, pus cells - 4-5/ H.P.F, Undigested food particles- present, veg cells/fiber- present . is it harmful for me. please suggest me is the repost is normal ...

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cell:4-5/hpf,macrophages:absent,Epithelial cells:1-2/hpf,crystal-absent. Is this normal report. ...my son stool examination report is as below- colour-brown,consistency-semi solid ...

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Hello Doctor, My 2.6-year son got results of his stool test showing the following result. Could you please point out if the range is normal or not, and the reason? Pus Cells: 20-25/HPF RBC: 1-2/HPF He ...

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) and test said that Pus cells 2-4 hpf.We went to see the paed. also and he said that these kind of stool is normal for baby. So what are the possibilities for this kinds of bloody mucous stool. She is completely ...

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Blood Absent Absent Pus Cells 0-2/hpf Rare RBC 0-2/hpf Rare OVA/Cyst Nil Absent Yeast Cells (+) Rare ...Hi, My baby is having a diarrhea for 5 days he passed watery stool for more than 5 times ...

doctor1 MD

days d stool test showed 4-6 pus cells hence she was discharged. but nonetheless again d mucous ... blob along with d normal brown colour.this happened twice.wen shown 2 d doc her stools examination ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

6-8 pus cells in the stool is not abnormal.

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doctor1 MD

possibly. not normally however.