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Vegetable Cell In Stool Test
Recently I have done my stool test and it shows everything nill except a few starch and vegitable cells positive in that. What does that mean actually?
The findings you mention are quite normal.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
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Recently I did s stool test and I found that I have pus cells from 45 to 55 and I don't know what are Pus cells n if it is serious or what?
Infection: Bacterial infection probably....see PMDGet a more detailed answer ›
Could be many things: Overall having white blood cells (pus) and red blood cells in a stool test suggest some sort of inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. But it doesn't specify why this the case. It could be related to an infection, or from an autoimmune process (like ulcerative colitis) or from low blood flow to the intestinal tract. ...Read more
Suggests infection: Fecal leukocytes are not normally present in stool in healthy individuals, and if 6-10 is considered moderately elevated and suggest inflammation from infection, usually a bacterial infection such as Salmonella or Shigella or potentially Ameba. Viruses or allergy cause less reaction. Leukocytes in stool can also be associated with inflammatory bowel disease, but this is unlikely in an infant. ...Read more
It means he has: Infection in stool. Is he having diarrhea? ...Read more
I am 70 years old. During stool test, the abnormality reported is acidic and pus cells 1-2. What should I conclude and do.
May be nothing:
If you do not have any symptoms, it may be best to ignore the report.
Wish you good health! - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
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My baby is 6 month she has liquid stool 6 time a day this is stool test (pus cell:+) (PH:7.5) (R.B.C:0-2) (E.Histolyte seen cyst} what's refer good?
Sir I m hvng loose motion sice 2 months. Stool test shows puss cells (6-8). What diet shd I follow. It improves n then suddenly come back. Pse advice?
My daughter is 3 months old. For the last 2 weeks she is having loose motion. Her stool test show 2-3 pus cells. Plz advise?
Need other info::
1. What is she feeding? 2. what was her weight gain from birth to 2 weeks ago, and what was it in the last 2 weeks? 3. How many loose motions a day? Color? 4. Vomiting? Activity level? Fever? Any other concerns?
Short version: a baby that continues to gain weight properly, and is acting well, while having loose motions, rarely has any real problem. ...Read more
Had BMs 2 times a day, now 3times a day, 2 normal BMs in mor. Gases after lunch, inch loss now stable, mild esonophilia, stool test 2-3 pus cells SGOT 44?
My 4 month baby stool test result shown Pus cell 5-10/H.P.F and RBC 1-2/H.P.F.Do I need to worry and probiotic can be cure? Is that serious condition?
Is baby sick: It depends on why the stool test was done and how the baby is. In general, pus (WBC cells), also known as fecal leukocytes are an indication of infection. Is the baby having diarrhea or bloody stools? If so, a stool culture is usually indicated and what bugs are found determine if antibiotics are needed. Certain bugs don't need treatment. Generally NO, probiotics won't treat infection. ...Read more
Hi My 3 month EBF baby has loose motions for last 14 days. Now its green loose watery/seedy stools. Stool test - 8-10/hpf pus cells reducing substance +, started "taxim o"Bbay is gainig weight n active. Plz tell me if he has ny other serious condition or
Probably not: The presence of reducing substances and pus cells in small concentrations doesn't necessarily indicate infection, but it seems your doctor prescribed Taxin O just in case. EBF babies typically have soft stools that may also appear "seedy" & range from yellow to green in color. Iron supplements can make the stool darker. Since your baby is active & growing, most like s'he is fine. ...Read more
My papa having severe leg pain n gastric problem ultrasound of abdoman perfect some puss cells in stool test what may b the cause and remedy?
Unknown: Based upon your history one could not be sure of the causes. Leg pain is not likely related to GIT trouble. There are probably different causes for the two problems. Leg pain, think of vascular disease. blocked arteries. Back problems cause leg pain. Arthritis is another possible cause of leg pain. As to the GIT problems I would need more information. ...Read more
Hello Doc. My stool test sample shows that puss cells have been detected and the range is 8-10 /hpf and I am experiencing an upset in bowel movement! ?
I had a stool test, I have 60%of gram+ 40% of gram- bacteria is that normal? Lot of e coli no red/white blood cells salmonella shigella etc
Normal but why?: Why did you have this test done? Was it ordered by a bona fide doctor? You may be wasting your money and time on useless tests. ...Read more
1 Morning stool test done.2-3 pus cells. SGOT 62, No blood. Blood test-mild eosinophilia. I have lipomas in my body. Sonography normal. Colon cancer, lipoma?
Stool exam parasites: Stool samples for parasites are examined by a variety of techniques, but the sensitivity depends mostly on the level of infection (heavy vs. Light) and the particular parasite. Certain types are readily identified by most lab personnel-- the common ones. Less common organisms with light infestations may be difficult to find and identify. Best to use an experienced lab. ...Read more
Please clarify: Dozens of different tests can be done each with many possible results and meanings. It is your right to get an explanation now. ...Read more
Usually: You do not need to fill the container. As long as there is a decent amount you should be fine. ...Read more
Stool test: It depends what the stool test is for, but it can be kept in the fridge for some time before it is trasported to the lab for testing. ...Read more
Likely more testing: The best place to check is with the lab. They should be able to outline the difference between the 2 tests and give you a list of the tests being done. ...Read more
Is the stool test "positive" when there is only a small speck of blue-green color on the test area?
Guaiac test +: Guaiac (leuco-dye) testing has been available for >100 years--the colorless dye turns blue or green in presence of adequate amounts of peroxidase-like substances (e.g. Hemoglobin) & hydrogen peroxide. Ingested iron, certain fruits & vegetables, some drugs, toilet bowel sanitizers give false-positive reactions. Method of collection & underlying pathology may account for your + finding--see doctor. ...Read more
Parasite stool check: Depending upon doctor's suspicion, based on your exposure risks & symptoms, your stool culture may look for salmonella, shigella, campylobacter, yersinia, & sometimes pathogenic e.Coli, additionally, stool can be checked for std, clostridium difficile, giardia, parasites, opportunistic pathogens. Parasites also found colonoscopically & by "scotch-tape test" of peri-anal area looking for shed eggs. ...Read more
See a doctor: A physical exam will be the best way to determine the source of the pain. ...Read more
The two tests: Can be complimentary and there may be some overlap but each test has the potential to show something the other does not detect. It really depends on what you mean by "stool test", there are many kinds of stool tests. ...Read more
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