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I had urine analysis and pus cells 4-9 hpf and rbc is 0-2 hpf. Is this normal?

I had urine analysis and pus cells 4-9 hpf and rbc is 0-2 hpf. Is this normal?

Pus: Pus is a form of exudate that is seen at the site of inflammation & not usually observed (or even tested for) in a routine urinalysis. You should discuss with your doctor. However, The RBC finding is in the normal range. Hope that helps! ...Read more

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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Semen analysis for my partner is 50% actively motile, 10% sluggish, 40% non motile. Pus cells present. Is it ok?. Thanks

Semen analysis for my partner is 50% actively motile, 10% sluggish, 40% non motile. Pus cells present. Is it ok?. Thanks

Semen analysis: The motility is adequate but you do not mention the sperm count or morphology and volume. All these factors have to be considered if you are concerned about infertility. ...Read more

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Semen analysis color-geyirish-white /time-35 min volume-1.0ml /count-122ml/million/ pus cells- plenty/ motility-85% /morphology-normal please help me?

Semen analysis: What do you need help with? Why was the semen analysis done? Except for the volume that is low, your sperm count seems normal. White cells may or may not be an indication of infection. If you have no symptoms, there may be nothing to worry about. ...Read more

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I have an irritation/burning in urethera. My semen analysis was having pus cells. Reasons?

Prostatitis: Assuming that you have been checked for std sources of these symptoms, the most likely dignosis is bacterial prostatitis. See a urologist for exam and treatment if you have not already done so. ...Read more

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My urine analysis shows pus cells PLENTY albumin SLIGHT TRACE epithelial cells 0_ 1 help dr..

My urine analysis shows pus cells PLENTY albumin SLIGHT TRACE epithelial cells 0_ 1 help dr..

See below: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, you appear to have urinary infection and should see your doctor for a prescription. ...Read more

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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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Had urine analysis, pus cell 2-3, phosphorate (+++) and in other findings section bacteria (+) is mentioned. Is this report ok?

Had urine analysis, pus cell 2-3, phosphorate (+++) and in other findings section bacteria (+) is mentioned. Is this report ok?

No it's not.,: You likely have an infection in your pelvic area, probably a uti(urinary tract infection). You've got bacteria in your urine with white cells. Your phosphate reading might be from bacterial production, or something else. You should see your doctor asap to get this worked up and treated. Good luck. ...Read more

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I am 24 yrs old male, my stool analysis have the pH value alkaline pH8.0 , and it have 1-3 pus cells, are these values in the normal range ?

I am 24 yrs old male, my stool analysis have the pH value alkaline pH8.0 , and it have 1-3 pus cells, are these values in the normal range ?

Normal, irrelevant: Despite advice you can find on line, "stool analysis" is not recommended except specific tests for particular problems in people with symptoms or otherwise at high risk for certain digestive or intestinal disorders. In a healthy person without symptoms, these findings are meaningless. See your doctor if you have symptoms like unexplained diarrhea, abdominal pain, etc. Otherwise no worries. ...Read more