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What Are The Causes Of Wbc Rbc In Urine
Wbc are usually due to infection, but non-infectious causes of inflammation, such as interstitial cystitis, radiation injury and stones can lead to WBC in urine. Rbc in urine may be due to stones, tumors and lesions in the glomeruli in the kidney. See this site for information and discuss the issue with the doctor who ordered the tests.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/tests-procedures/urinalysis/basics/results/prc-20020390. ...Read more
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
Several things: The kidneys serve as a sieve and metabolic control system. If the kidneys are damaged, it is possible that proteins, casts, and blood cell components will be seen in the urine. This may be part of an infection or a more serious kidney damage. Further evaluation is recommended for this combination. ...Read more
Is microscopic WBC of 33 and RBC 13 high for a little girl's urine? No u.T.I so what is cause? Urine ca/creatinine 0.727
Recheck: If culture was negative then there isn't any uti- but I would have repeat u/a and cx of the urine. If blood still present then she needs u/s of kidneys and possibly a cystoscopy. This can be from kidney stone or other more concerning infection. In rare cases you must concern yourself with tumors. ...Read more
I got my CBC and Urinalysis results back. I have no RBC or WBC in my urine but I have trace occult blood in the urine. What could be the be the cause?
Kappa light chain (monoclonal) and recurring sterile wbc rbc in urine with declining ckd patient. Anemia reverses on tnf-a inhibitors. Suggestions?
If it was not a: Midstream clean-catch urine, in which you wiped her vulva front to back with the cleansing pad provided, then spread her labia & caught the urine in mid-stream without touching the rim of the cup to her body, the microscopic blood & occasional WBC could have come from the vulva, not from her bladder. Did the doctor tell you to get another urine specimen in a few days, based on her symptoms? ...Read more
Microhematuria: White cell count makes no difference. If this is new hematuria, it may need to be worked up. ...Read more
Dr said my symptoms match reneal failure urine only showed small amounts of rbc&wbc my spec gravity was 1.010 is this ok?
Check/know your Crea: You should find out your blood creatinine level. If it is more than 1.5mg, that means your kidneys are not functioning normally. Anything over 2 mg is getting into more serious renal failure range. Most people will need dialysis if the creatinine level is >4 mg/dl. ...Read more
Hello sir am 25 in my recent urine test results wbc:3-4 and rbc results 4-5 what does this mean and is that serious problem?
Not a problem: This is not a sign of illness. Get checked yearly or if you develop symptoms ...Read more
Urobilinogen Qualitative Urine 2.0mg/dL, Leukocytes Esterase Urine 75 WBC/uL, WBC Urine 11-25/HPF, RBC Urine 2-5/HPF. What does all this mean?
My WBC in urine is 5-8 and normal is 0-5 RBC is 2-5 and normal is 0-3 by month WBC was 4-6 and RBC was 3-5 idid urine culture which is clear is it bad?
Evaluate further: WBC means White Blood Cells. These occur when infection or inflammation is present. RBC stands for Red Blood Cells which can be present if there is infection, inflammation, tumors, stones or several other conditions present. Many bacteria means an infection is probably present. Usually there are none to just a few bacteria. The next step is to seek treatment and possibly get a urine culture. ...Read more
I have a RBC 111, WBC 13 no infection in my urine what could be wrong with me? I'm a 40yr old woman
Provide more info: I don't understand the RBC number, the normal RBC count for women is 4.2-5.4 million cells/mcL, It might help if you report the lab results as they indicated on the report. ...Read more
What does RbC 7mm3 and WBC 22mm3 in urine analysis for. 65 years old woman mean? Urine culture was done also, no growth.
Urinalysis: This probably means absolutely nothing, but the numbers and the way you express them suggests that you are not recording them correctly. Without knowing what your symptoms are or why the UA was done it is impossible to know what else you should do. Would also need to know how this was collected because in women results may be skewed by vaginal discharge contamination. ...Read more
Had urine analysis, RBC 0-2 / WBC 1-2 / epithelial cells : present / phosphates (++++). Is it normal? What does phosphates indicate?
On urine test results, urine hemoglobin=trace-intact, urine microscopic = indicated, wbc/hpf=0-3, rbc/hpf=0-3. What do these results & terms mean?
Normal: The WBC and rbc are referring to the number of white blood cells and red blood cells seen in a range of microscopic fields of sampled by the lab technician. The number of these cells (0 to 3) for both types of cell is within the normal limits expected. These normal, scattered red cells are enough to cause a trace of hemoglobin on the chemistry test. So these are all normal results. ...Read more
Will a urine SPG of 1.010 provide a valid dipstick urinalysis for WBC and RBC, and other components on the dipstick? Are neg results valid w this SPG?
YES: Normal dipstick results.Get a more detailed answer ›
Occ epithelial occ mucus rare WBC rare RBC trace leukocytes. Is this ok for urine?! I've been having small signs of kidney problems?
What dies this mean urine test results? Spec Gravity 1.025, Protien 2+-A, PH= 6.5, urine LEUK esterase= moderate A, WBCs= 80-H, RBCs 100-H.
Abnormal urine: This result is most likely a sign of infection. Seek medical attention for possible infection that may require antibiotics. ...Read more
Should I be concern? Pre-op urine analysis result said abnormal. WBC Esterae +1, Urobilinogen Semi-Qn 0.2, WBC 6-10, RBC 0-2, Epithelial Cells (NR) 0-10
How do you know pH?: If someone has done a urinalysis on you, they should have an idea of whether the urine is very dilute which could make it hard to see bacteria and cells. Such a high pH certainly suggests infection with a particular bacterium. If you do NOT have a UTI, a vaginal infection could cause some of the same symptoms. ...Read more
For a urologist - how long is a urine sample valid for WBC & RBC dipstick and micro exam when refrigerated. No preservatives used, just refrigerated.?
A few hours:
Generally, 24 to 72 hours. The manufacturer of the containers or the lab you use may be a source of information on how long to preserve the specimen
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I did a urine test and my result were rbc 1-3, wbc 1-2, epithelial cells moderate, bacteria few, yeast few.... What does it mean?
UA: It means what it sounds like...you have some red and white blood cells as well as epithelial cells and bacteria and yeast. Most likely, you have a Urinary tract infection. See the Dr. Who did the test, or get a Dr. If you do not have one, and have them evaluate you for these findings, so you can get an examination and the proper treatment, Best wishes. ...Read more
Doc, my urine samples shows, transparency - hazy, reaction-6.5, color-pale straw, Specific gravity-1.015, WBC- 3-5/hpf, RBC- 0-1. somthing wrong?
Probably not bad: Why was your urine sample taken? Did the sample report an excessive amount of epithelial cells? Do you have any pain urinating or is there pain in your bikini area? Answers to the questions are needed. If the urine was just part of a routine visit for annual female exam or physical, the urine findings probably do not represent infection or disease. If worried, have MD run a culture on a new sample ...Read more
Why I get these burning sensation after I ejaculate but my urine tests are all clear 0 RBC and 0 WBC. I also have burning sensation around my anus.
I did urine test last week. Micro results: RBC (0-1), WBC (0-1), Epithelial (0-1), Bacteria + (few), Ca. Oxalate + (few). What does it mean? Thanks!
UA: These findings are not diagnostic of anything, a Urinalysis is usually done for urinary complaints, the few findings you related do not indicate an infection. The calcium oxalate crystals are excreted in the urine and make up the most common kidney stones. The rest of the urinalysis would be helpful, but these are not indicative of anything. ...Read more