Urine Re and CS stand for urine routine examination and urine culture sensitivity test. Learn about what’s involved in a urinalysis and urine culture test. Read more: What Is Urine Re and CS Test? Article
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Urine: What Your Pee Says About Your Health
Have you been asked to provide a urinalysis sample? A urinalysis examines the cells and substances in your urine to search for...
Conditions That Can Cause Blood In Your Urine
It can be a shock to see blood in your pee. A number of conditions can cause it. Find out why it happens and what to do about it.
Urine: Things That Can Affect the Smell of Your Pee
Lots of things can change the way your pee smells. Find out what they are and what you can do about the odor.
Heart Disease: Understand Your Blood and Urine Test Results
Your blood and urine can reveal a lot about your health. Here's how to understand your lab test results.
Urine: Why Does Your Pee Look Like That?
Different colors can mean different things. Here’s what your pee can tell you about your health.
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How Do You Treat Mucus in Urine?
Learn what medical treatments can help with mucus in your urine and speed up your recovery.
Blood in Urine
Blood in the urine is termed hematuria. Hematuria, whether it be gross or microscopic, is abnormal and should be further investigated.
Urine Blockage in Newborns
There are many syndromes and defects that may cause urine blockage in newborns. Defects in the urinary tract that may cause urine blockage include vesicoureteral reflux, ureteropelvic junction obstruction, bladder outlet obstruction, posterior urethral valves, nerve disease, and ureterocele. Syndromes that may cause urinary blockage include congenital heart defects, esophageal atresia, and prune belly syndrome. Treatment for urine blockage in newborns depends on the cause of the blockage.
How Do I Stop Blood in My Urine?
Learn why you might have blood in your urine and how to treat blood in your urine.
Can Bladder Cancer Be Detected With a Urine Test?
Bladder cancer is often detected when a person develops signs and symptoms. It is a highly treatable type of cancer when detected early. Although screening tests for bladder cancer are not conducted routinely, the following tests may be used to diagnose and learn more about bladder cancer:
What Does the Color of Your Pee (Urine) Mean?
Urine mostly consists of water, along with electrolytes and substances like urea. The color of your urine may indicate hydration status or may change based on medications you are taking or the presence of a medical condition.
What Does Blood in the Urine Mean?
When you see blood in the urine, it might be alarming. But it may not be a serious issue. Find out the essentials of what you need to know if it is something more serious.
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