The first physical examination results showed that urinary occult blood 1 and urinary protein were negative. Go to the hospital for reexamination of urinary occult blood 2, urinary protein -, red blood cell phase. It is found that: microscopic examination of red blood cells 2-4, small red blood cells 90%, wrinkled red blood cells 10%, abnormal red blood cells 100%, color Doppler ultrasound, urinary tract and kidney are normal. Are the results serious? Can it be nephritis? Or other kidney diseases? Very worried.
You can't be diagnosed with nephritis. The number of samples of the most important indicator red blood cell malformation rate is too small, only 2-4. There are too few samples and the reliability is too low. Generally, it is only dozens of red blood cells that are persuasive, so you need to continue to check. First, see how many red blood cells there are in each high-power field of vision
In your case, if there are only 2 to 4 urine red blood cells under the microscope, generally speaking, the problem is not big. Generally speaking, the number of red blood cells under the microscope is less than three. In your case, I think you can regularly review the urine routine and have a look. If you don't have any clinical symptoms, you can observe the urine routine. Such a bad urine red blood cell is difficult to determine clinically. It's hard to say that you are ill
Hello, according to the situation you described, this may belong to urinary system inflammation. The possibility of nephritis cannot be ruled out. It is suggested that you should further check the renal function and urinary system color Doppler ultrasound. At ordinary times, you should pay attention to drinking more warm water and light diet to promote the metabolism of toxins, and you should also use some antibiotics for treatment. Do not eat spicy and stimulating food, low fat and low salt, quit smoking and alcohol.