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My urine analysis shows pus cells shows 80-100.... Albumin shows +1 and Epi. Cells shows 2-3/hpf is it dangerous??

My urine analysis shows pus cells shows 80-100.... Albumin shows +1 and Epi. Cells shows 2-3/hpf is it dangerous??

Suggests some: Inflammation. This could be related to inflammation around the urethra, in the urethra or in the higher urinary tract like the bladder and above. A urinalysis without understanding what symptoms you are having is very difficult to interpret. It could be related to an infection or something else. Consider providing more history for improved guidance or just a formal HealthTap consultation. ...Read more

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Pus (Definition)

Pus consists of white blood cells that have "eaten" bacteria and then died. You find pus resulting after an infection has established itself and the pus is a product of the body's immune ...Read more


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I have 80-100 pus cells do I need to admit hospital?

I have 80-100 pus cells do I need to admit hospital?

Puss cells: In what do you have 80-100 puss cells. If urine you need urine culture and be treated if infected. ...Read more

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What is pus cells and its normal range?

Dead neutrophils: Pus is a combination of dead white blood cells, mainly neutrophils, fibrin and necrotic tissue. Pus is not normal, it is usually due to bacterial infection. ...Read more

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In aug my s. Creatinine was 1.02, in nov 13, it is 1.12 mg/dl. Can this just happen without any serious problem? Pus cell+epithelial cell 4-6 hpf.

In aug my s. Creatinine was 1.02, in nov 13, it is 1.12 mg/dl. Can this just happen without any serious problem? Pus cell+epithelial cell 4-6 hpf.

Ignore it: Creatinine varies a bit from day to day. You may also have put on some muscle during the season. You take Naproxen and if you also get a little dehydrated, you can actually raise your renal function tests quite a bit more. ...Read more

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What is the meaning of pus cells pack field?

Unclear question: Did you mean to say, pus cells per high power field? The interpretation would depend on what fluid was being examined. You may wish to restate the question with additional information. ...Read more

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What does pus cell numerous means in urinary test?

What does pus cell numerous means in urinary test?

TNTC: If you are referring to a urine analysis that says pus cells "too numerous to count" if usually indicates urinary infection. A urine culture will document the type of infection and the correct antibiotic to use. Sometimes antibiotic is prescribed empirically without a culture in the interest of time and cost. ...Read more

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Pus cells/leucoytes : occasional. Epithelial cells : (+). What it means?

Depends: Do you have any symptoms such as dysuria, suprapubic pain, flank pain or fever? If yes, these findings may suggest an urine infection. If no, these findings are seen in contaminated sample, asymptomatic bacteriuria or colonization which is normal. A good perineal hygiene is usually helpful to avoid colonization of bacteria. ...Read more

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I m 28 yrs old. I have 8-10 pus cells and 40-50 epithelial cells. What does it mean?

I m 28 yrs old. I have 8-10 pus cells and 40-50 epithelial cells. What does it mean?

Repeat Urine test: With so many epithelial cells, it means a repeat urine sample that is midstream clean catch is a good idea. The white cells may be a result of vaginal or vulvar irritation and not due to a bladder infection. ...Read more

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I'm 26 male, epithelial cells 2-4/H.P.F. and Pus cells are 0-2/H.P.F. Is that normal?

I'm 26 male, epithelial cells 2-4/H.P.F. and Pus cells are 0-2/H.P.F. Is that normal?

Normal urine results: These are normal results for a urinalysis. The fact that there are more epithelial cells than white blood cells (WBCs) or ("pus cells") indicates that the specimen was minimally contaminated. No reason for concern unless you have symptoms. ...Read more

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I just had my papsmear test and the result was gram + cocci, no pus cells seen. What does that mean? Should I be alarmed?

I just had my papsmear test and the result was gram + cocci, no pus cells seen. What does that mean? Should I be alarmed?

No: Pap smears are meant to find precancerous cervical cells. They aren't designed to diagnose infections. There are normally a wide variety of bacteria in the vagina. Unless you are having symptoms, gram positive cocci on your pap should not be of concern. Hope this reassures you. ...Read more

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I am 32 female pus cells 11-13 epithelial cells 7-9 is it a serious condition how many days does it take to cure pls answer?

I am 32 female pus cells 11-13 epithelial cells 7-9 is it a serious condition how many days does it take to cure pls answer?

Urine???: If you're speaking about urine test results it looks as if you may have a minor urinary tract infection from the white blood cells, but the epithelial cells are nothing to worry about, they come out every time you urinate. If your doctor chooses to treat the UTI typically here in the States we treat with a 3 day course of trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole if you're not allergic to it. ...Read more

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I just had my papsmear test and the result was presence of gram+ cocci, no pus cells seen. What does that mean? Should I be alarmed?

I just had my papsmear test and the result was presence of gram+ cocci, no pus cells seen. What does that mean? Should I be alarmed?

No alarm: Gram positive cocci can represent bacteria that are commonly found in lots of women's genital tract. It does not even mean that you have an infection. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for pus cell?

What is the treatment for pus cell?

Pus Cells?: I actually do not know what you really mean. But, pus is a sign of infection and represents a need for treatment. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of pus cells existed in stoole?

What is the treatment of pus cells existed in stoole?

Pus cells: Pus cells in stool usually indicates an infection. Your doctor should culture to see if you will be needing an antibiotic. ...Read more