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Rbc 0 2 Hpf Means
I have a UTI 4weeks ago. My RBC is TNTC then after antibiotics it became 25-30. I also had KUB and everything is normal. After two weeks I repeat my urinalysis the RBC is now 8-10? What does it mean? Is it serious? I'm afraid.
Keep a watch: RBCs in the urine means that you have a source of bleeding in the urinary tract. The commonest cause is Infectiopns, whichc an be cleared with antibiotics. Right now your RBC numbe ris close to normal. Yet bleeding can be periodic, so do get repeat Urinalysis once every 2-3 weeks for the next 2-3 months to make sure the RBC numbers do not increase and come down ...Read more
Nothing at all: These reference ranges are set so that several percent of healthy folks fall a bit outside. Don't worry about this. ...Read more
Blood in urine: Any amount fo rbc's higher than 0-5 should be evaluated by a urologist. If you are a female you have to make sure that you are not ovulating or menstruating. If that is the case, it should be repeated and if still elevated, workup should be done. ...Read more
What do these results mean? There's a trace of albumin and RBC 2-4/hpf and pus cells of 10-16/hpf?
Probably Infection: Hpf= high powered fields, and the numbers indicate how many of each type of cell was seen under microscopic exam. Normally there are less than 3 RBCs (red blood cells), 3-5 WBC (white blood cells) and 15-20 epithelial cells per hpf. You have increased white cells ('pus' cells) which probably means a bacterial infection. Your doctor lijely has a culture result and can treat with antibiotic. ...Read more
Please explain what does it mean if there's a trace of albumin and RBC 2-4/hpf and pus cells of 10-16/hpf?
Bladder infection?: These are abnormal findings in the urine, protein (albumin) red blood cells and most especially white blood cells (pus cells). Most common cause is urinary retract infection. Symptoms usually include pain or burning with urination, but can be asymptomatic. Check with urine culture. If negative look for other causes. ...Read more
I was wondering what does it mean if there's a trace of albumin and RBC 2-4/hpf and pus cells of 10-16/hpf?
RBCs: If there are red blood cells and nothing else abnormal, then blood is entering your urine in some way. Are there symptoms like burning with urine, flank pain, recent infection, etc? In females this is common with recent period. See your doctor for further follow up as this needs to be looked at in a clinical context to be sure everything is good. ...Read more
Hello I have first urine sample report which says RBC - 0-1 RBC/HPF and epithelial cells- ++ (in fair numbers). What does it mean?
Needs more info: Why did he have blood tests? Any other result? ...Read more
Minor fluctuations: This minor fluctuation in your RBC is of no clinical significance. Keep regular appointments with your dr. For routine care. Best wishes. ...Read more
That your: Total WBC is a little elevated. Many possibilities without the clinical context hard to be specific. ...Read more
Red blood cells: Rbc morphology defines the size, shape, color and other factors necessary to help determine causes for abnormalities. Ovalocytes at 1% may mean very little, particularly if the value was determined by a computer rather than a microscopic exam of the blood. Labs are of very little value unless combined with a thorough history, physical exam and assessment by a knowledgeable thoughtful physician. ...Read more
In my heamogram the values are RBC count 4.04 low, mcv105.7high, mch36pghigh, rdw14.8%high what does it mean?
MCV is very high: Many lab normal values are usually set at lowest 5th per centile to the highest 95th percentile, and thus about 10% of people who are normal would have a value judged too low or too high. In your case the only definitely abnormal value is the MCV of 105.7. Although there may be a nonconsequential reason for a high mcv, in your case, I absolutely recommend to see a hematologist.. ...Read more
What does it mean when Rbc distribution width standard deviation is high (47.5), RBC distribution width is high, (14.9) and MPV is low (8.6)?
Probably nothing: As long as the other parameters are normal. Reference ranges are set so that a few percent of healthies fall outside on either end. If you feel well and have no reason to think you may be developing iron deficiency, just follow it. ...Read more
High lymphocytes are very non specific from viral infection (benign) to very severe such as lymphoma (disease of the lymphocytes) as well as many others.
HIgh basophil is uncommon but that too can be non specific and not serious but on rare occasion can indicate a bone marrow issue. Seeking your PCP's opinion as to whether a referral to a hemoatologist (blood MD) is a good idea to follow. ...Read more
My urinalysis result stated that my Pus is 5-11 and my RBC is 2-5 wats dat means im worried pls help me..
Ask your doctor: These are only two things that the urinalysis report has. Also, it may mean different things depending on your symptoms, medical history, and physical exam. Best this is to call the doctor that ordered the test, and discuss the results in context with the clinical scenario. Hope this helps! ...Read more
What mean the folowing blood results:? Rbc = 5.19, hct = 40.5 %, irf 9.9%, retic 1.2 %, hapto 138 mg/dl. Testing was done due to 12.8 hgb.
Appears fine: Depending upon the lab where the tests where drawn a HGB of 12.8 could be normal. Rbc and hct above appear normal as does the retic count and haptoglobin levels. Irf ranges between labs may vary but usually include 9 and 10 as within normal. Overall I would say there are no abnormal values in the ones presented above. ...Read more
Is it common / normal for a urinalysis dip strip to result a trace of RBC, while zero RBCs are seen under microscope? Is there any medical concerns?
What does it mean if my MCV is 104, MCH is 36, mph is 4.9, LDL is 4.1 and GFR is 71 and RBC s is 5 ul?
Lab tests need to: Interpreted in the total clinical context and your results could be due to many reasons. The MCV is higher than normal - may be due to vitamin deficiency, alcohol; LDL is higher than desirable and GFR is lower than optimal. It would be prudent to discuss the results along with any symptoms, physical findings and medical history with your doctor. ...Read more
Hb lo 5.3. platelet count hi 512 rbcs lo 3.73 haematocrit lo 0.20. MCV lo 54.7. MCH lo 14.3., what does this all mean?
Seriously sick: Chances are that you are seriously iron deficient and must not only have it treated but the cause found. It's stomach or colon cancer until proved otherwise. Please get back with your physician or some other competent caregiver and insist on a full explanation and workup. ...Read more
Depends: Low RBC means your red blood cell count is low. It could be from exessive loss, or inadequate production. There are other tests which coud help determine the cause, such as hemoglobin, hemotacrit, iron level, indices, etc. ...Read more
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Finding 50 rbc/ml on UA is significant if done with properly collected urine specimen so to avoid contamination especially at the time of period and in women who are young, sexually active, & overweight. To know more on blood in urine, perusing the article in
http://formefirst. Com/hematuria. Html will be helpful on how to handle current concern over blood in urine. ...Read more
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