Mucus Threads in Urinalysis?

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Mucus threads found in urinalysis are common. It has no clinical significance in clinical findings. Still, it is best to consult a physician for interpretation.
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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
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When mucus is present in urinalysis, it could be because of pregnancy,
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They are simply threads that are semi transparent under bright field microscopy. They occur like fine ribbon strands. Totally normal. Source(s): Mom works in urology :)
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