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What Does Trace Iysed
Unclear question: 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, what you described is likely the presence of a few red cells in urine. If this is an isolated finding it may not mean much at your age. You may consult this site and discuss the matter with your doctor: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/blood-in-urine/basics/causes/CON-20032338 ...Read more
Several issues: Blood (hamturia) and leukocytes (wbc's in the urine) are common signs of a uti, and you should be evaluated and possibly treated with antibiotics. Protein could be a sign of high blood pressure, posible diabetes, or a simple finding of early kidney disease. Have yourself examined and treated as necesary and then get a follow-up urine as part of the process. Good luck. ...Read more
UTI, blockage : Leucocytes (wbcs) in urine most commonly suggest kidney or bladder infection bacterial or fungal , urinary blockage congenital or otherwise, not uncommon & benign in pregnancy, following surgical reconstruction, enlargement, repair or repalcement of bladder, urinary retention, catheter or foreign body in bladder, kidney or ureter. Sexual intercourse with subsequent cystitis or urethritis. ...Read more
Proteinuria: Have a 24 hour urine collection to see the amount of protein in the urine and to assess your kidney function. I would also do a renal ultrasound to assess the size of the kidneys. Depending on the amount of proteinuria, i would send off blood for aso, anca 2, complement c3 and c4, hiv, hepatitis b antibodies, hb a1c and ana. A renal biopsy may also be needed for a diagnosis and a prognosis. ...Read more
Please explain what does it mean if theres 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
Well, I'm going to: make a number of assumptions here: I suspect the first number is SG (specific gravity) and the result is 1.025. This is a measure of concentration/hydration. This value may suggest dehydration and a concentrated urine. Then you have a trace of blood and protein in the urine, typically not worrisome results. If nothing else positive, your doctor will likely just observe, depending on your symptoms ...Read more
I was wondering what does it mean if theres a trace of albumin and RBC 2-4/hpf and pus cells of 10-16/hpf?
Possible infection: Possible urinary tract infection. See your doctor. ...Read more
Consider repeat: The leukocytes in the absence of more than a trace of protein suggests contamination. A trace of blood can be due to something as simple as riding a bicycle. Trace proteinuria is never worth working up, but if blood is still present, it might be worth doing some further investigations to rule out something troublesome. Best wishes. ...Read more
I got urinalysis results..and what does Blood UA mean? It says Trace Intact..whats this all mean?
Urinalysis: The dipstick showed the presence of a trace amount of blood but this could be a contaminant from the vaginal area. Recheck another urine specimen being very careful to avoid contamination by using a clean catch technique. Also request a microscopic analysis which will show any red blood cells present in the urine. If there are no red blood cells, you're ok. Discuss this with your physician ...Read more
Infection, bleeding: Cloudy urine is caused by small particles that block the passage of light, the most innocuous cause would be the precipitation of amorphous salts, usually phosphates, this usually happens when the urine cools prior to testing. Serious causes such as infection, or bleeding need evaluation. A urinalysis and discussion with your doctor should clear this up. ...Read more
Trace = small amount: Protein/albumin is not normally found in urine. The term trace in urinalysis means small amount. A protein trace in urine = 10 mg/100 ml giving a slightly hazy appearance to the urine. Albumin is the most common protein found in the bloodstream; it is finding its way into the urine by some means. Other clinical info is needed with evaluation by your doctor to narrow down the cause. Good luck! ...Read more
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