A 29-year-old male asked:
Observation: bacteria, results: occ, reference/uom: none/hpf above high normal. i saw this on my urine results what does it mean, does it mean i have no bacteria?
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Infectious Disease 55 years experience
Urinalysis: This partly repeats yesterday's question. "OCC" means occasional, meaning only.a few bacteria were seen. This is an entirely normal urinalysis result. If you remain uncertain or concerned, check with a doctor or clinic.
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