Pus Cells HPF?

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Pus cells are also known as white blood cells. If the result of your urine test is 1-2 white blood cells per hpf or high power field, it is well within the normal range found in urine. A reading of 5-10 WBCs/hpf is still considered normal.
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RBC HPH is the test for red blood cells per high power feild which means the cells have to be looked at under a microscope and your seems to be quite high and this can be from either
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Is this from a vaginal swab?? if it is and those are the results sounds like not much very seriously wrong...see if gets worse or go back to gp. If it was a vaginal swab and theres
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