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PUS cells/HPF 01-02,RBC 02-04, Ca Oxalate 01-02. Getting the same result from past 5 years for my urine sample. What does it shows?
More hydration: The results that you may be prone to developing kidney stones. You can try to prevent that by drinking more water. Drink enough water so that your urine is watery, colorless and odorless. Consult your doctor about testing your serum creatitnine and estimated glomerular filtration rate. ...Read more
I did a urine test for medical check up. The results are mostly normal except bacteria+ (few) and ca.oxalate+ (few). What does these mean? Thank you!
Needs checking: Few bacteria on a voided specimen(as opposed to a catheterized specimen) is usually meaningless but a urine culture might be ordered by your doctor. The calcium oxalate crystals could mean a stone somewhere in your urinary tract. That should be checked radiographically. Good luck. ...Read more
Getting Pus cells and Red blood cells in urine sample 02-04/HPF and some times Ca Oxalate 01-0/HPF constantly from 5 years?what does this show
I did urine test last week. Micro results: RBC (0-1), WBC (0-1), Epithelial (0-1), Bacteria + (few), Ca.Oxalate + (few). What does it mean? Thanks!
UA: These findings are not diagnostic of anything, a Urinalysis is usually done for urinary complaints, the few findings you related do not indicate an infection. The calcium oxalate crystals are excreted in the urine and make up the most common kidney stones. The rest of the urinalysis would be helpful, but these are not indicative of anything. ...Read more
My little girl month ago her all night pampers full of urine smell like ammonia also and urine test i make yesterday have ca oxalate and am phophate?
Urine: This doesn't sound like anything out of the ordinary. more information would be helpful though ...Read more
Neutrophil 79.1, lymphocytes 13.8, eosinophils 0.1--all percentages Red blood cells in UA - 181, mucus threads-many, ca oxalate crystals - many?
Probably nothing: Unless you develop symptoms or risks for other things (e.g. Pyelonephritis) develop. ...Read more
Pain at the end of urinating radiating from penis to gallbladder, happens rarely pelvic ultrasound all normal, urine normal but ca.oxalate?
Have U been checked?: For STD ( sexually transmitted diseases). These can also bee a source of pain during or after urination. Pain in the penis is usually an infection, but an infection should normally hurt more often then rarely. A CT scan could show more detail of urinary system anatomy but is considerably more expensive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer