Doctor insights on: Yeast cells few hpf in fecalysis
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.
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Stool exam: Your daughter's stool exam is normal f she has anal and vaginal itching I would rule out the possibility of pin worms. ...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. Visible yeast with pus cells suggests overgrowth and active yeast infection, but "scant growh" is slightly against it. If symptoms typical of a yeast (vaginal irritation and itching, usually little discharge), treatment for it probably will help. However, pus cells can suggest other infections, e.g. STD. Discuss with your doctor or clinic. Good luck! ...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?
These results do rule out usual infections and rule out any serious issues in the urinary tract.
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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
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
Hi, what is a budding yeast cell in stool exam? The result was rare. He had lbm 8x a day last wednesday and again today for 3x.
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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
Pap smear came back slightly abnormal a typical cells and a yeast infection and I'm 21 does it sound vey serious?
Pap same back HPV positive slightly abnormal a typical cells and a yeast infection. Does it sound very serios?
No: This reading on a pap smear can mean low grade inflammation due to infection or perhaps yeast or other irritatants. Make sure you follow up with your gyn or pcp and get further testing as indicated by any other testing done at the time of your pap smear such as a test for human pappiloma virus. Your history would be important too in answering your question. Follow up per your pcp's instructions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had stool exam, the results showed rare yeast cells, what does that means? Had no diabetes, but have hemorrhoids.
Minimal: Yeast are a normal inhabitant of our colon and can be seen on stool examinations. Like bacteria, some yeast take up residence there and live for years, enjoying undigested matter. They can, on occasion, cause an issue- but if you are fine then leave them alone and let them enjoy life in the warm confines of your bowel. ...Read more