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Hello im 10 weeks n three days prego. Ive had some morin sickness im rh negative n now im haven trouble usen the bathroom. Could some one please read this result? I think i have a uti.. Im not a dr. waiting to hear back from the dr sice the 30th of december...
Glucose, Urine Negative
Bilirubin, Urine Negative
Specific Gravity, Ur 1.019
pH, Urine 6.5
Protein, Urine 30
Urine Comment Microscopic Examination Performed
WBC, Urine 10-25
RBC, Urine 0-5
Ur Mucous present
crystal Amorphous moderate
It would be difficult to comment on the results since specific units of the numbers have not been mentioned, though there could be an infection present. I would suggest discussing the results with your treating doctor for suggestion of an appropriate management plan.
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