What causes trace leukocytes and blood in urine?

Urine infection. I would say urine infection is most likely, but that us not the only thing that can cause what you are describing. See your doctor and get this checked out right away.

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26 f, recent blood work showed low phosphorous level of 2.4 mg/dl (2.5-4.5 normal range) + leukocytes & microscopic blood in urine. Possible causes?

Not worried. I'm going to assume you have no symptoms beyond what you described & these are your only abnormal labs. The just-below-reference-range phosphorus means nothing at all (ranges are set for 90% of asymptomatic couch potatoes). Get followup on the urine sediment if you're asymptomatic; it could just be contamination. If your dr. Isn't concerned, i'm not either. Read more...
Low Phosphorous. You have 2 unrelated problems. You urine findings are compatible with a urinary tract infection. Sent off urine for culture to see if need antibiotics. Your low phosphorous (p) level, is not really that low. Repeat it and have the doctor order a calcium level as well. If you have a low p with a high ca, you may have primary hyperparathryoidism. A low p may also mean you eat a low protein diet. Read more...

Trace amounts of blood in urine. No bacteria or WBC. Should I be concerned?

You are just 31. It is abnormal to have blood in the urine unless of course you are on your period. There are times when one has blood and there is no reason found. But you do need to be evaluated. First you need to hydrate well then give another urinevsample to see if the blood is gone. . Read more...

What could cause chronic high white blood cell reading. Anytime I get blood work for years my wbc is always high. Blood in urine always possitive too?

How high? 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, it would have helped to know the actual values. The normal values are the central 95% of a healthy population, by definition, 5% of healthy people with have an abnormal result on almost all tests. 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. 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. Practice safe sex. Read more...

Wbc 10.5 without infection trace blood in urine witch isnt the norm for me and bp is only going up even on bp med?

Ans. Few issues here that must be addressed. Located wbc. Must look for cause. Blood in the urine you need a test of cute to account for the blood. You do not state your age. The blood in the urine may be very significant. You must follow up with your doctor . Read more...

29 f h/o idiopathic PEs. Trace of blood in urine past year. Chronic low WBC. US of kidney bladder fine. No aenemia. LFTs good. No genetic disorder.???

Coagulation issues. Idiopathic PE may be serious and related to underlying genetic predisposition to forming blood clots. You should see a hematologist and get this evaluated with proper, sophisticated tests. Read more...
TEG MostAccurateTest. TEG 5000 is the best test for coagulation. Call company reps at 800-537-2802 for locations & few physicians who understand how to utilize it; checks speed, intensity, strength & durability of clots, all quite relevant & goes far beyond all other tests. Many variables affect clotting, genetics, hormones, many internalized issues, supplements, inactivity vs. activity (just sitting ?es clotting) etc. Read more...
Other directions. Can look at inflammatory state of body and also environmental toxic load. www.blatmanhealthandwellness.com. Read more...

My 9 yr old has slightly elevated leukocytes in urine and blood, with small micro blood in urine also. Various symptoms for years, should I worry?

Urinary findings. A few red and white blood cells in a prepubertal girl's urine usually is indicative of poor hygiene and poor wiping technique leading to peri-urethral irritation and thus the findings in the urine. So no, I wouldn't worry about those findings. However, you mention various symptoms for years - these may be worth worrying about if they are affecting her lifestyle and thus would need investigation. Read more...

Had ua which shows moderate microsccopic blood in urine but when cultured shows no RBC or WBC or protein. How can be moderate blood but no rbc?

Hematuria. False positives include contamination with vaginal or menstrual bleeding, betadine® solution, myoglobinuria (breakdown of muscle cells in the urine), dehydration, and bacterial enzymes from vaginal or bladder infections. Vitamin c can produce false negative tests as can a very acid urine (ph 5.0 or less) or test strips that have been overexposed to air or are outdated. Read more...
Wrong test. A urine culture looks for bacteria growing, it can not detect red blood cells hematuria without visible red blood cells can result from hemolyzed rbcs or rhabdomyolosis. Rbcs are frequently seen without protein in urologic disease. Read more...

Can you have a UTI which may now be a kidney infection.... With urine with WBC of >40 and no blood in urine?

Yes. If there is wbc in urine, it usually means bladder infection, which in turn could spread to kidneys and cause a serious disease. Consult with your doctor for proper treatment. Read more...