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My routine urine examination shows blood in urine. Please review it.


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Answered by

Dr. Divakara. P

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iCliniq medical review team

Published At December 14, 2019
Reviewed AtDecember 2, 2023

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

My routine urine examination shows, trans-hazy, reaction - 6.0pH, blood - ++, RBC - 15-20 hpf, pus cell - 2-5 hpf, and epithelial cells - 4-6 hpf. Please review my report.

Answered by Dr. Divakara. P


Welcome to icliniq.com.

First of all what problems you were having when you got your urine test? There is blood in your urine. Causes are many like bleeding disorder, kidney stones, inflammation in the kidney (nephritis). So I need to know what problems you are experiencing to make a diagnosis. Also, please mention whether you were menstruating at the time of giving the urine sample?

Patient's Query

Thank you doctor,

I am 51 years old and weighs about 75 kg. This is a yearly health check-up report, where I found some data underlined and highlighted, report attached herewith. I asked for, is there no problem in the report? If yes, then suggest the further diagnosis. I have gastric problem and taking Aciloc 300 daily. Now, I am suffering from cold, cough and fever.

Answered by Dr. Divakara. P


Welcome back to icliniq.com.

I went through your reports. (attachment removed to protect patient identity). I noticed that your TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) level is high suggestive of hypothyroidism. I advise you to start taking Eltroxin (Thyroxine sodium) 25 mcg daily morning in an empty stomach. Coming to your urine report, if you were suffering from cold, cough and fever at the time of giving urine sample it may be due to post-infectious nephritis which is harmless. If that is the case, just repeat the urine test after one month and you will find it to be normal. But if you were not suffering from cold, cough and fever at the time of giving the urine sample, then you may have to get an ultrasound abdomen, pelvis to look for kidney stones.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Divakara. P
Dr. Divakara. P

Internal Medicine

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