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Interpreting a urinalysis

My daughter has had urinary issues for about a year now. Pain in the end of urination and pain when stopping her flow on her own. I also have noticed that sometimes she has trouble starting her urine flow. When I noticed this I assumed it was due to using a public restroom and blamed it on anxiety. Her most recent urinalysis tested negative for bacteria, WBC 10-20, 2+ Leucocyte Eustrase, few calcium osalate crystals, negative nitrates. I thought that WBC in urine was a cause for concern, but the doctors office never called. What is your medical opinion? I also wanted to mention the reason why I'm so concerned. My daughter has a long history of medical issues. About 3 years ago she started to have daily back pain that would go from back to stomach and then violent vomiting. A HIDA scan showed she had a low ejection fraction/ biliary dyskinesia. Surgeon refused to remove her gallbladder. Then Gi specialist diagnosed her with non-celiacs and put her on a gluten free/dairy free diet that improved symptoms. So now we currently have occasional back pain with daily urinary pain. My concern is all of this is related and maybe something went overlooked. But then again I'm a worry wart. Also, since she became I'll she developed dark circles under her eyes that never went away. Please let me know your opinion and if her urinalysis results are normal . thanks
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