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Urine result

31 age , Male

hi , I went to the clinic because of pain in the testicles and lower abdomen + back pain.  I saw my results on the doctor's table and I took a picture.  The doctor did not explain.  can anyone help, is there anything abnormal?
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Your complete blood count work up is normal. Platelets, red blood cells, platelet size, lymphocytes all of it. I would call the doctor back to get a better understanding.
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Thank you, can I know if I have kidney problems from the results?  and is the protein in the urine abnormal 30 mg/dL?
The other test you have looks like a urinalysis( test for the urine) you have blood in your urine but only  BLD + 5 UL.

Blood in the urine can mean an infection or kidney / liver problems it's a very small amount so it's unlikely, You have protein in your urine ( 30 mg /dL ) also anything above 30 could indicate kidney disease so it's slightly high but normal,  to make yourself feel more comfortable I would ask the doctor to order a metabolic test panel (liver function and kidney function) it will give you a better look into both of these work ups . Definitely get a exam for the testicle pain..  I hope you you find the answers you're looking for.

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