Bacteria in Urinalysis?


A bacterium in urinalysis is a common result during urinalysis because there are high numbers of normal microbial flora of the vagina and urethral meatus. The outcome of rare 'A' bacteria in a urinalysis test means that conclusion of the test means that there is few bacteria in your meatus.
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In my urine for culture and antibiotic sensitivity test , pus cells are 10-12/hpf an bacteria is present. there is no growth of aerobic incubation after 48 hours. what does this all
Bacteria in the urine is not normal, are you not having pain/burning on urination, maybe blood, frequency and pressure? It sounds like you have a rip roaring bladder infection. Mucus
It means that when your urine sediment was looked at under microscope, an occasional bacteria was visualized. We all pick up bacteria from outside the urinary tract when we urinate.
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