Handling Of Bacteria In Urine Based On Test Results?
. I finished my urine test. Well there is a description of blood 1+, ketone 1+, leukocytes 2+, leukocytes 10.3 / lpb, epithelium 4.5 / lpb, 255 / lpb bacteria. What do you mean by that? And how to cure it? Thank you
Hi Dina, thanks for asking.
Based on the results of the urinalysis you write down, it looks like the possibility of urinary tract infection by a type of bacteria. In normal urine there are no red blood cells or if there are any, the numbers must be low. Maximum white blood cells or leukocytes should only be exposed to 10 / lpb in normal urine. In your urine there is an increase in white blood cells, ketones and epithelial cells lining the walls of the urinary tract. This generally illustrates the infection. Coupled with the discovery of the number of bacteria in your urine.
Bacterial infections of the ducts can occur starting from the tread, ureter (connecting channel of the kidney and bladder), bladder, or urethra (the last channel before the urine comes out of the body). Symptoms include pain in the waist when an infection in the kidneys or ureters, pain in the lower abdomen if the infection of the bladder and urethra, pain when urinating, incomplete urination, plague, sometimes accompanied by pink bowel.
The cause is a variety of bacteria such as E. Coli, Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, N. Gonorrhea, and so on. You should check with your doctor so that the doctor can determine the location of the infection and provide appropriate therapy. Do not take antibiotics without doctor's advice because of the risk of causing bacteria to be resistant to antibiotics.
Hope this answer helps yes. Regards.