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Pus Cast In Urine
Did urine mlds test and the result is epithelia cells (+), pus cell (0-2hpf), bacteria (+), cast (+), debris (+). Please am I ok?
Probably ok: Your urinalysis is most compatible with a contaminated specimen, especially if you do not have symptoms. Your best move might be to repeat the test as a midstream or as a catheterized specimen. ...Read more
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Urine rountine microscopic examination pus cells- 2-3 seen epithelial cells- 3-5 seen rbc, crystal, cast, microorganism are nil is there any problem to?
See below: If you have no symptoms and no medical problems, then should not be a problem. ...Read more
Epithelial cells - 2-3/hpf Pus cells - 8-10/hpf RBC - 1-2/hpf Casts - absent Crystals - absents Bacteria - absents Urine test is normal or not?
Pus: Pus is composed of decayed material and largely white blood cells. This suggests that there has been an inflammatory reaction or immune response. If other lab findings support it this could represent an infection or other condition that needs treatment. Be sure to talk with your doctor for further assistance. ...Read more
Culture ;: Sensitivity of urine--see pcp.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pus: Pus is composed of decayed material and largely white blood cells. Hpf stands for high powered field and is an area measurement under the microscope for the number of cells counted. 0 to 2 is a tiny amount or trace. If symptoms and other lab findings support it this could represent an infection or other condition that needs treatment. Be sure to talk with your doctor for further assistance. ...Read more
Probavly normal: Not that abnormal. May not be a clean catch, just exercised or unlikely an early infection. However, likely normal. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Infection: It is definitely not normal to see pus in your urine. In a woman, pus in your urine could be coming from your bladder or from your vaginal. Pus in urine most likely a sign of infection. If you have burning when you urinate or are feeling the need to urinate more frequently then it is more likely that you have a urinary tract infection. Otherwise, it could be due to a STD. ...Read more
There are 1-2 pus cells and 3-4 epithelial cell in my urine what does it means is it normal or not?
Urinalysis: If you do not have symptoms these types and numbers of cells are within the normal range ...Read more
What to do if I have a 23 year old son and tells me that he is secreting pus with his urine. He is sexually active. . .?
Buy him condoms: He's too big for you to lecture him. He wants to be loved, not scolded. And have him get to his physician to determine whether this is a discharge from a sexually trnasmitted disease, or whether this is white blood cells in the urine from some cause that the physician must determine. Congratulations on being a parent of a young man who actually comes to you for advice. Best wishes to you both. ...Read more
I am a male aged 22 years Urine test reports show that the pus cells are 3-4 hpf and epithelial cells are 0-2 hpf. Is this normal?
3-4-0-2 HIKE!!!: If you don't have any symptoms I wouldn't worry. If you have symptoms, like PWP (Pain While Pissing) I'd need to know a little more about you. There could be lots of reasons to get your urine tested and you didn't say why. Something leaking out? Stain your underwear? Feeling sick (nausea, dizzy, etc)? Fever? Pain elsewhere? Peeing more or less than usual? But just 3-4 per hpf is not too impressive. ...Read more
I AM 42 YRS OLD WOMAN MY URINE REPORT IS AS BELOW PUS CELL 3-4 HPF EPITHELIAL CELL 13-15 HPF WHILE RBC 0-1. WHAT DOES IT PRESENT?
You're fine: The epithelial cells are from vaginal contamination. It's basically impossible to avoid this. Best wishes. ...Read more
I did my regular urine test. And report syas that I have rare epithelial cells and pus cells 0-2/hpf. Why it happens? Is there any serious prob
My Urine microscopy showed that everything was nil or 0 (including WBCs), except 'pus cells occasional' in the remarks. Is this a concern for me?
Okay by number...: The result of urinalysis (UA) is okay, confirming no suspicion for infection / inflammation. But, in clinical setting, one has to consider all clinical pictures first despite normal UA. For example, normal UA may occur in 5-10% of urinary stone attacks one time or another. So, Doc will discuss the clinical significance of test result. But, by number behind UA, it's okay. Best wish... ...Read more
I am 47 years old woman. In my urine report there are pus cells 2-3/hdf and Epithellial cells 8-10/hdf. What does it mean? I am having UT infection?
I am a 20 years male. My urine test show pus cell 8-10/HPF and epithelial cells are 3-4/HPF. What can I do now? I will be happy if you answer myquestion.
Contaminated sample?: This could be an infection, including the possibility of an STD. However, it could have been a contaminated specimen if not a careful midstream collection, or if you are uncircumcised and did not retract your foreskin when you voided for the sample. Contact the doctor who ordered the test and discuss repeat urinalysis and/or other tests, e.g. gonorrhea and chlamydia if at risk for STD. Good luck! ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Pus cells are degenerated white blood cells and its presence denotes inflammation inside urinary tracts does exist usually resulting from bacterial UTI, STD-related urethritis, stone, tumors, foreign body, physical related event including surgery & instrumentation, etc. But, careless urine collection may lead to significant contamination so to show pus cells but commonly along with squamous cells. ...Read more
Pus: Pus is composed of decayed material and largely white blood cells. 4-5 per high power field is a relatively low amount. This suggests that there has been an inflammatory reaction or immune response. If other lab findings support it this could represent an infection or other condition that needs treatment. Be sure to talk with your doctor for further assistance. ...Read more
Pus: Pus is composed of decayed material and largely white blood cells. 30-40% is a relatively large amount. This suggests that there has been an inflammatory reaction or immune response. If other lab findings support it this could represent an infection or other condition that needs treatment. Be sure to talk with your doctor for further assistance. ...Read more
No not really:
No not really.
it depend on your symptoms to decide if you need to be treated or not.
check with your doctor. ...Read more