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Yeast Cells Few Hpf In Fecalysis
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
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
What does these results indicate in a urine test: occasional red blood cells and pus cells. Few epithelial cells seen. Colour light yellow. Clear. Ph6.5. Protein, nitrate, sugar, bile pigment, casts, crystals, organisms NIL. Pain while urinating.
What can be the cause of haematuria, polyurea and in urine microscopy pus cells(10 in number) epithelial cells, leucocytes?
Could be infection: Sounds like it could be a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) But there are other possibilities. UTI's often show blood cells in the urine (hematuria) & leukocytes (white blood cells=pus=pyuria) are also present. However epithelial cells (skin cells) in a urine specimen can indicate that the urine specimen was not properly collected & has some cells from outside the urinary tract, too. Ask your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Seminal fluid result: microscopy: few gram +ve cocci seen. Few pus cells seen. Cultures: moderate growth of skin/commensal flora. Is it infection.
Gram stain sputum- presence of few epithelial cells, moderate number of pus cells,few gram positive cocci in chain observed in smear
What does this in?
Sputum gram stain: Sputum gram stain testing is not done nearly as often as it once was, since we now know it usually isn't very helpful in diagnosis. The white blood cells (pus cells) suggest infection like bronchitis or pneumonia -- but it's usually possible to judge this just by appearance of the sputum (e.g., yellow or green mucus). Gram pos cocci could be entirely normal bacteria. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
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
What's wrong? UA that are off . Renal epithelial cells, mucus, amorphous calcium exalate, leukocytes estarase, squamous epithelial, WBCS, bacteria.
Getting Pus cells and Red blood cells in urine sample 02-04/HPF and some times Ca Oxalate 01-0/HPF constantly from 5 years?what does this show
I had my urinalysis test and the result was pus cells 0-2/hpf , RBC 0-1/hpf, epithelial cell are few, bacteria are moderate and A.urates are few. ?
Staphylococcus Haemolyticus found in small to mod. amount in semen culture two times. No pus cells in urine and normal range in Semen. Should I treat?
In my Urinalysis, WBC is 2-3 /hpf, RBC is 1-2 /hpf, Epithelial Cells occasional, Mucus Threads moderate, Bacteria are few, Urates few.
Here are some ...: All findings of UA as reported could be categorized as within normal limit with no clinical significance. I would recommend repeating UA from a properly collected fresh urine specimen and correlate the result with clinical pictures including history of diseases (including bladder function) or procedure of urinary tract; so the meaningfulness of UA can be deduced and applied to practical use. ...Read more
Are these bad results in my urine test or no?
URINE EPITHELIAL CELLS-None seen
BACTERIA IN URINE-Few
Not really: In a normal urine, there shouldn't be any epithelial cells. Trauma or infection can cause them to be present. Few bacteria are not necessarily a bad sign. There is a condition called asymptomatic bactiuria (which just means bacteria in the urine without there being an infection). I'm not very concerned about the mucus. This should all be correlated with your symptoms of course. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fever and urine in orange color -pus cells are 8-10/Hpf and epithelial cells are 6-7/Hpf in complete urine examination. Is this serious? How to stop?
Positive for fungal spores
gram stain:few gram negative bacilli in singles, few gram cocci in singles and moderate epithelial cells & pus cells noted ?
What does it mean to have many amphormous uthrates, and squam epithal in urine analysis. Also RBC 5-9, bacteria few, blood small?
Need a clean catch: Sounds like the usual contamination of a urine specimen not obtained by a clean catch. A clean catch is a urine specimen obtained in the mid stream of urination, not at the beginning or end and also done after the privates are cleaned in advance. If still bacteria, need doc check. ...Read more
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?
I am experiencing bloody piles. And i go through stool test which also show large number of yeast cell in stool. Why this hapend and is this worry for me?
Reactive changes: Most probably it means cells on smear show reactive changes ( reaction to yeast)and most probably no dysplastic or neoplastic changes. It is good. After treatment of yeast ( most probably candida species) you have to do pap smear again to be sure you do not have intraepithelial lesions any grade, and no yeast forms. Thank you for question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yeast overgrowth: Yeast are normally there in the body, but when something 'tips' the balance, there can be more yeast than we like. This could take the shape of thrush or a fungal rash for example. Sometimes we get 'overgrowth' of yeast in the stool. Usually this comes about from antibiotics -that kill off alot of the 'good' bacteria (as well as any germs present) and too much yeast can result. Should resolve soon ...Read more
Many possibilities: Could be a contaminant or could be associated with a variety of issues. Assuming you are an otherwise healthy female i would not pay much attention to it. If on the other hand you have urinary tract issues, diabetes or recurrent infection or immunosuppression, i would discuss with your doc. It is most definitely not associated with alcohol use. ...Read more
Gram smear result yeast cell + and fungal hypea +,now im taking betadine supposetory,duracan,cefix 400mg.is this something i could afraid of..
Candida vaginitis: Candida (yeast & fungal hyphea) inside the vagina is common. The duracan (fluconazol) is very effective for treating this. The cefixime is treatment for a bacterial infection of some kind, but this antibiotic often leads to yeast vaginitis. Unfamiliar with betadine supposetories -- not prescribed commonly in the U.S. ...Read more
I did an hvs test and the result is epithelial cell : numerous, pus cell 3 -4hpf yeast + others nill.when cultured it yielded scanty growth of candida?
Yeast? Other? STD?: Your test results are mixed. Seeing any by microscopy, with pus cells, suggests overgrowth and active infection, but "scant growh" is slightly against it. If symptoms typical of a yeast infection (vaginal irritation and itching, usually little discharge), treatment for yeast probably will help. Pus cells can suggest other infections, e.g. STD. Discuss with your doctor or clinic. Good luck! ...Read more
Semen volume=3.5mls, count= 62million, motility=38.2percent, morphology=70percent(norma)l , ph= 7.0, pus cell 9-10hpf, yeast=positive. Is this normal
Semen count normal: The values you listed above all are well above the lower reference limits established by the World Health Organization. If you and your partner are trying to conceive and have not been successful after 1 year, I recommend you meet with a physician specializing in fertility for further workup and to discuss options. ...Read more
Should I see a gastroenterologist if my fecalysis test showed I have pus cell 1-2, RBC 0-1, yeast cell few?
No: The fecal test is normally performed to examine for trace blood to detect presence of a neoplasm. The stool itself is composed of shed colonocytes, bacterial , food particles and bile pigment. The bacteria comprise the microbiome of the intestine and if not perfect may contain an occassioanl yeast and WBC cell. Trace blood can always be found at a microscopic level. No GI work up needed. ...Read more
Yeast infection?: I've not heard of high vaginal swab (which is what I assume you mean by "hvs") as a self test. What did your doctor say about it? Best to interpret these results in connection with symptoms. Possible yeast infection, but even large amounts of yeast cells (3+) can be normal. But if you're having itching irritation, yeast infection is likely. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
Had an HVS test with result as follows Pus cells is 0.2 hpf,epithelial cells is ++, yeast cells nil, RBC is nil, bactRia is ++?
Vaginal discharge culture lab report: pus cell 0 to 1/hpf, epithelial cells 4 to 5/hpf, rbc's nil, bacteria nil, budding yeast nil. Anything to worry?
Urinalysis: WBC normal, leukocytes normal, no epithelial cells, no yeast, no nitrates, rest normal bacteria is rare/HPF. does this rule out infection?
Usual ones: These results do rule out usual infections and rule out any serious issues in the urinary tract. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat 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. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Maybe not much...: No test result can be evaluated out of the context in which it was ordered. What kind of symptoms prompted the study? What are your underlying medical conditions (that may predispose you to intestinal yeast)? If you are in the midst of a GI evaluation, have they ruled out inflammation, other infections, ischemic pathology, as well as motility disorders? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pap smear came back slightly abnormal a typical cells and a yeast infection and i'm 21 does it sound vey serious?
Hi Dr, what does these means from lab report: No yeast cells, Trichomonas vaginalis or gram negative intracellular diplococci or clue cells seen.
Details matter: It means a lab technician looked at a sample (likely from a vagina) and did not see yeast cells (many yeast cells would mean vaginal thrush), did not see Trichomonas (those would be tiny swimmers with 5 tails), did not see gram negative diplococci (those could be gonorrhea), did not see clue cells (clue cells with a malodorous vagina would be bacterial vaginosis). So, NOT seeing these is good. ...Read more
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