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Routine urine analysis and stool test
i had done a routine urine analysis and stool test , the results are,

urine - dipstick
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color-straw yellow
ph = 6.0

urine - microsopic
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pus cell hpf = occasional
epi cell hpf = occasional
others were normal......

stool test
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mucus = present
occult blood = positive.

I want to know pus and epi cell is occasional in urine test, is that normal!


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Hi,
How are you? What other symptoms are present? Urinary tract infection presents with increased pus cells/ white blood cells. Normal results vary from one laboratory to another  but it usually is in the 0-5 range. Occasional pus cells  and epithelial cells may suggest normal results. Epithelial cells often are present in the urinary sediment. For proper evaluation, it is best that you discuss the results with your attending physician. Take care and regards.
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hello! i have some bowel movement problem and burning sensation in anus, no i toll another urine test which shows pus cell = 4-6 hpf. and ph = 6.1. it this values are in normal range?
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Hi,
Thanks for your update. The normal pH values range from 4.6 to 8.0 while the pus cells in the 0-5 range. Normal test result may vary from one laboratory to another and you may need to discuss the results with your doctor. Drinking plenty of fluids may help. Take care always.
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