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Protein Trace Blood
Recent urinalysis found protein&trace blood. But also lists RBC result 2/units hpf/reference range 0-1, so mine is 2 what does this mean?Dr in 1month!
Likely nonspecific.: Protein in the urine can be nonspecific, or indicate a condition such as renal infections, diabetes mellitus, jaundice, or hyperthyroidism. Blood in the urine can be from trauma, stones, infection, or a catheter, or if there is painless hematuria, or blood in the urine, it could indicate bladder cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urine test: sp 1.025h, pH 6, protein: trace, blood:nil, crystl: ca.Oxalte+, othr:mucus++, urea n creatine: normal, do I need to worry abt urine test?
Went to the doctor for frequent urination and was DX with UTI however I got the culture results back and it says "no growth" So do I have a UTI or no? In house results showed trace protein trace blood with small +1 bilirubin and 15 ketones.
Here are some...: Likely, your diagnosis of UTI is based on clinical symptoms. For more detail on UTI, go to articles in http://formefirst.com/onUTI.html; thereby you gain insight on how to work well with Doc so to reach right diagnosis/care. To verify the significance of the findings in urinalysis, I recommend to correlate these with a clinical profile. More? Go to http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best.. ...Read more
I just got urine results back, do they indicate that I have a bladder infection?RBC 11-25, WBC 6-10, Bacteria 65, Protein trace, Blood trace.
Possible UTI: These findings could indicate a urinary tract (bladder) infection (UTI), especially if you have painful urination and frequent or urgent urination. However, it could be something else, e.g. chlamydia or other if at risk. You'll need to see a doctor (or perhaps use HealthTap Concierge) for professional diagnosis and probably an antibiotic prescription. Don't try to treat yourself. ...Read more
It could be but !: It could be simple uti. However, there are many other causes. It could also be more than cause in one patient. Just a few: diabetes, cancer, stone... Tell us about your age, sex, other complaints, history....So we could help you more and better. Consult your doctor....Thank you for asking, dr g. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urine WBC Esterase 2+ Protein Trace Occult Blood 3+ WBC>30 RBC11-30 Epithelial Cells non renal>10 mucus pres Bacteria few.Have MGUS,Lymphs always high?
R/O UTI: If you have symptoms I would recommend empiric treatment with macrobid pending urine culture and sensitivity . Given underlying MGUS and weakened immune system. Follow up with your doctor for exam and lab testing. Also renal ultrasound/urology consult with cystoscopy may be needed. Increase fluids especially cranberry juice and coconut water ...Read more
My doctor discuss urine test indicated everything normal, but protein shows trace and blood is non-hemolyzed. He is not worried. Do I go specialist?
Normal urinalysis: These are not abnormal findings in someone who is outwardly healthy without urinary tract symptoms. Trust your doctor. ...Read more
Urine test strips show 125+ leucocytes and 0.3+ protein. No traces os blood or nitrite. No pain, fever or other symptoms. Can it still be an infection what is the most likely cause?
Possible UTI: With those findings this could certainly be a uti. If you have symptoms of urine burning sensation, urgency, frequency, little urine production, bladder fullness it is the most likely problem. However, if you have no specific symptoms it might be necessary to order a urine culture for confirmation. It could also be contamination, a culture can definitely confirm that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urine test strips show 125+ leukocytes and 0.3+ protein. No traces of blood or nitrite. No pain, fever or other symptoms. Can it still be an infection? What is the most likely cause?
Could an untreated UTI lead to something worse? Tested positive for trace protein/blood in urine. Urine odor, odd sensation after urination.
Urine test : protein (1+) , trace of blood, few bacteria, hyaline cast/lpf (0-1), mucus rare. RBC/hpf 3-4, WBC/hpf 4-6, should I be worried?
Two weeks ago, my urinalysis was normal. Yesterday, my urinalysis shows trace in protein and traced non-hemolyzed blood. Dr not worried. Do I go ER?
Not to worry: Why have you had normal urinalysis repeated 2 weeks later? Trace protein &/or trace non-hemolysed blood is unlikely to have any serious cause. Cause likely of no consequence, straining to urinate, masturbation or nothing. Stop worrying & certainly don't waste your or health care system's time by going to ER. Wait 3 months & repeat is all you need to do. ...Read more
Burning urination.Trace blood/protein in U/A. Negative culture. Urine was in bladder for 3 hrs before sample. Was that long enough for accurate test?
Get urine rechecked: With trace blood in urine, would make sure that a microscopic analysis was done to prove that there was truly blood in the urine as dipstick testing can produce false positives at times. If micro exam not done, repeat urinalysis with this. Also, would get urine tested for T mycoplasma/ureaplasma organisms as this can cause urinary discomfort as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have had 2 ua's within the past 2 months. I have had trace protein, 2+ occult blood, rbc 3-10, mucus threads present and few bacteria.
UTI?: Thanks for the information but I do not see a question. Discuss this with Dr. dong the tests. ...Read more
My urinalysis showed protein qual and blood trace when i was in hospital for kidney stone pain. Urinalysis from 2 months back was normal.
Expected.: These may be normal findings when one has a kidney stone. ...Read more
My daughter keeps getting swollen glands had to wee test both had traces of protein and blood, she passes urine twice in a day.Ill every four weeks ?
I am on meds for uti, traces of protein, ketones, blood, leukocytes and bacteria, no nitrites. Wbc of 13. I thought UTI have nitrites. History of urt's?
Test Reliability: While every test can have falsely negative results, there can well be infection that may never show nitrites. Staph and enterococcus, common UTI pathogens, do not show up positive. The test is positive when available nitrates are converted to nitrites, which the test detects. Gram negative bacteria, such as e. Coli, klebsiella, proteus and enterobacter, are common UTI bugs that do convert it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer