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Kindly interpret my urine analysis micro examination :- pus cells:1-2/hpf, rbc:nil, epi cells : +/hpf, bacteria : +?

Probably normal: With respect to predicting the presence or absence of a urinary tract infection, dipstick urinalysis is often unreliable especially in women because of contamination of the urine specimen with vaginal cells and bacteria. I would consider your u/a fairly unremarkable unless you have symptoms of a UTI in which case a urine culture should be done. ...Read more

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Urine (Definition)

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


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My urinalysis result Mucus cells - many ; epithelial cells Many; red blood cell 1-3; puss cells 1-4 what this mean?

My urinalysis result Mucus cells - many ; epithelial cells Many; red blood cell 1-3; puss cells 1-4 what this mean?

Vaginal contaminant?: Was urine sample reliable? because mucus & epithelial cells are most commonly from vagina if labia weren't separated. You report urinary tract malformation without identifying it. This could be a normal specimen if you had an intestinal bladder augmentation (enlargement) or ureteral replacement. First need to make sure it was good urine sample. Absence of nitrites & bacteria excludes UTI. ...Read more

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US shows increased bladder wall thickness (6.7mm) no stones or masses. Urine analysis is normal (pus cells 0-1) (few Epithelial cells). Infection?

US shows increased bladder wall thickness (6.7mm) no stones or masses. Urine analysis is normal (pus cells 0-1) (few Epithelial cells). Infection?

Here are some...: You have no UTI, but most likely you have been developing a progressive poor bladder outlet relaxation, i.e., bladder neck and prostate urethra, which commonly comes along with aging or urethral stricture, i.e., scarring narrowing of urethra distal to prostate urethra. More? Seek urological evaluation & counseling, or contact me at www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin with keycode at RQPWJC. Best wishes to... ...Read more

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If ones urine analysis has red blood cells (per hpf.) as 0/1, pus cells (per hpf.) as 3/1 and epethelial cells as 7/1 what does it mean?

If ones urine analysis has red blood cells (per hpf.) as 0/1, pus cells (per hpf.) as 3/1 and epethelial cells as 7/1 what does it mean?

Urine analysis: There are many things that come together to diagnose a uti. The epithelial cell suggest a poor catch and contamination. Without voiding symptoms1 red cell and 3 white cells can be normal. >3 rbc/hpf in 2/3 specimines is the definition of microscopic hematuria and should be worked up with a urologist. Especially in a smoker. ...Read more

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I have a penile discharge, clear semen w/ pus. Gramstain: +4 pus cell; rare (+) & (-) bacteria Urinalysis: 4-6pus cells;few amorphous mats.

I have a penile discharge, clear semen w/ pus.
Gramstain: +4 pus cell; rare (+) & (-) bacteria
Urinalysis: 4-6pus cells;few amorphous mats.

Gonorrhea? NGU?: Urethral discharge almost always is an STD. either gonorrhea or nongonococcal urethritis (NGU). Chlamydia is a common cause of NGU, but actual pus (creamy or yellow discharge) usually means gonorrhea. Get medical care ASAP. ...Read more

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I did urine test and rbcs are 6-8 hpf , pus cells 2-3 hpf , some epithelial cells and few mucus are found in urine .. is that normal ????

I did urine test and rbcs are 6-8 hpf , pus cells 2-3 hpf , some epithelial cells and few mucus are found in urine .. is that normal ????

Microscopic Hematuri: I am assuming it is a clean catch specimen. The AUA defines microscopic hematuria as >= 3 RBC's per hpf in 2 of 3 correctly collected specimens. A second clean catch specimen should be obtained 48hrs after any rigorous exercise, sexual activity, menstruation, or trauma, along with a history and PE to rule out illnesses of the urinary tract. ...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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Fever and urine in orange color -pus cells are 8-10/Hpf and epithelial cells are 6-7/Hpf in complete urine examination.

Fever and urine in orange color -pus  cells are 8-10/Hpf and epithelial cells are 6-7/Hpf in complete urine examination.

See answer: Your urinalysis may be indicative of either a urinary tract infection or normal vaginal contamination. The presence of only leukocytes (WBCs) in the urine has a poor predictive (<45%) probability for UTI and has resulted in unnecessary administration of antibiotics to one third to one half of treated patients. A urine culture is recommended and is the gold standard for the diagnosis of a UTI. ...Read more

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Having CNBP-Had UA.Pus cells 1-2, RBC 0-1, Few epith cells, Mucus = + & few Amorphous urates. It's normal? do I still've UTI or bacterial prostate?

Having CNBP-Had UA.Pus cells 1-2, RBC 0-1, Few epith cells, Mucus = + & few Amorphous urates. It's normal? do I still've UTI or bacterial prostate?

No UTI, but...: Normal UA suggests no "UTI," but cannot r/o prostatitis. Suggest checking your prostatic fluid/semen for WBCs - > 20 WBC/hpf suggests prostatitis, but cannot confirm bacterial vs CNBP. Consider for a trial on antibiotics if evidence warrants. If not, then trial with an alpha-blocker vs Zn (25-50 mg daily)/NSAIDs daily/sitz baths 1-2 x's daily. ...Read more

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I did a semen analysis the result sperm count 2 million pus cells 6-8 RBC 4-6 active motile after an hour 10% sluggish 10% non motile 80% normal 50%?

I did a semen analysis the result sperm count 2 million pus cells 6-8 RBC 4-6 active motile after an hour 10% sluggish 10% non motile 80% normal 50%?

Treatment: May be needed. With the WBC and rbc cells you could have a prostatitis or urethritis. Your low sperm count can be from several things. Your fp or urologist can address all of these issues. If your sperm count stays low. You may need a fertility doctor to help with having children. ...Read more

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I'm week 5 pregnant. I did urine test and rbcs are 1-2/h.P.F , pus cells 2-3/h.P.F , and some epithelial cells are found in urine! is that normal?

Yes: These results are entirely within normal limits, even for a non-pregnant woman. Although RBC's amd WBC's (pus cells) are not considered a normal constituent of urine, they frequently appear in small quantities, and may result from slightly "spillage" into the kidney, or may be simply contaminants washed into the urine during the sampling process. Don't worry about it. ...Read more

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Im 6 mos. pregnant. I did urine test and rbcs are 0-1/ hpf, pus cells 4-6/ hpf and some epithelial cells are found in urine. Is that normal?

Im 6 mos. pregnant. I did urine test and rbcs are 0-1/ hpf, pus cells 4-6/ hpf and some epithelial cells are found in urine. Is that normal?

Urinalysis: This is a normal urinalysis in pregnancy. The most important urinary test in pregnancy is protein. Protein in the urine is a serious finding and can be associated with pre eclampsia, eclampsia, or underlying kidney disease made worse with pregnancy. ...Read more

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Epithelial cells and mucus present in urine, normal red blood cells and white blood cells in urine .No symptoms , possible causes ?

Epithelial cells and mucus present in urine, normal red blood cells and white blood cells in urine .No symptoms , possible causes ?

Need more info: How many red cells and how many white cells? Who asked for the test and why? Lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. ...Read more

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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?

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?

No: Even if this is not a contaminated sample, if you have no symptoms you are close enough to the reference range to consider yourself healthy. ...Read more

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Need a review on my Semen Total count 38.1million/ml Liquify 30mins Active Motile 08% Sluggish 20% Abnormal 02% Non Motile 70% Pus cell 6-8/hpf

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Need a review on my Semen
Total count 38.1million/ml
Liquify 30mins
Active Motile 08%
Sluggish 20%
Abnormal 02%
Non Motile 70%
Pus cell 6-8/hpf

Here are some...: For your best interest, you should refer this question to your doctor who ordered semen analysis as reported, which only suggests you have low possibility to impregnate functioning females, resulting from various reasons such as indolent infection, poor testicular function - either primary or secondary. ...Read more

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I got seman tests shows 4-5 sperms only other tests are norml fnac shows smears shows dispersed sertoli cells admixed with leydig cells and germ cells?

I got seman tests shows 4-5 sperms only other tests are norml
fnac shows smears shows dispersed sertoli cells admixed with leydig cells and germ cells?

NOA?: I think you have what we might call non-obstructive azoospermia despite a few sperms. We only need the number of sperm to match the eggs from your partner. Needle aspiration is usually not reliable in this situation so open biopsy may be more successful. With so few sperm, you need ivf/icsi. Consult your specialist who has the details of your situation. Best wishes. ...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