Can examine the analysis of urine to detect whether there is blood in the urine, in addition, it examines the presence of other chemicals including proteins, pH levels, and any crystals a crystal is the result of deposition of salts. Most causes of blood in urine is not serious, but sometimes the presence of red blood cells or the White in the urine that you have a medical condition you need to treat such as kidney disease or urinary tract infection or liver disease.
Reasons for conducting urine analysis
Analysis of urine includes the detection of blood in the urine, as part of routine check-ups or for disorders of the urinary system or the kidney or the liver, if you see blood in your urine or you are experiencing other symptoms disorders of urine, which include these symptoms:
- Painful urination.
- Frequent urination.
- Pain in the back.
- Pain in the abdomen.
- Wash your hands.
- Clean the genital area where men should wipe the tip of the penis and the women cleaning the genital area thoroughly.
- Start urinating in the toilet.
- The transfer of container trade down the urethra when finished urinating in the toilet, prepared a sample tray according to the instructions of specialists of laboratory medicine to examine her.
The reasons for the presence of blood in the urine
There are a variety of factors that can cause the presence of red blood cells or the White in the urine, many of which are not cause for concern. The are small amounts of blood in the urine due to some medicines or exercise or sexual activity or life.
But if you find larger amounts of blood, the doctor may ask you to conduct more tests.
Increase red blood cells in the urine may indicate:
- A viral infection.
- Inflammation of the kidneys or bladder.
- Diseases of the blood.
- Cancer of the bladder or the kidneys.
The increase of white blood cells in the urine may indicate:
- The urinary tract bacterial infection, this is considered the most common cause of the high number of white blood cells in the urine.
- Inflammation of the urinary tract or kidneys.
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