Complete Urine Examination

Also Known as Urine Routine, Urine R/M, Urine Examination
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    Age group

    Above 10 years

    A complete urine examination can detect abnormal constituents of urine which help in indicating several disorders in the body. A urine complete test is taken to investigate residual blood cells, bilirubin, bacteria, pus cells. Abnormalities in the presence of all these in the complete urine examination may indicate a kidney dysfunction or infection.

    Apollo 24/7’s urine examination test also known as urine routine is a recommended test to keep a check on a wide range of disorders. The urine complete test checks for a wide range of disorders which can be detected early so that they are treated on time. 

    From simple things like urinary tract infection, kidney function and blood pressure, to cancers and sexually transmitted diseases, urine test can indicate all of these and much more. One should definitely take a urine test if one is having difficulty in urinating, or the colors of the urine is abnormal. One should also opt for a urine routine test if there is blood in the urine or any abdominal pain or discomfort.

    Urine tests are vital for detecting multiple issues in the kidney and liver specially as urinating is one way of excreting waste products from the body. Urine tests are also crucial in detecting any problems with the bladder or the intestines. 

    A urine routine test also helps in diagnosing diabetes and plays a crucial role in diabetes management as runaway diabetes can cause damage to the kidneys over time. Complete urine examination helps in understanding the scope of this damage and the treatment required. 

    Why should you get a urine examination test done? 

    • If you have diabetes 
    • If you have an urinary infection 
    • If you are having unexplained weight loss
    • To know if you have any kidney or liver disease


    Medically reviewed by Dr Shakti, General Physician/Internal Medicine at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhi

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    faqFrequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    Frequently asked questions

    The right method to collect a urine sample is to collect midstream urine. Discard the first few drops of urine as it might contain the microorganisms present on the surface of the genitals. It is advised to clean the genitals and surrounding area before the collection of a urine sample.
    The signs and symptoms which can indicate problems in the urinary system include pain in the abdomen, pain in the back, painful or frequent urination, and presence of blood in the urine.
    The normal color of urine shades from yellow to pale or colorless to very dark or amber. Abnormal color of urine can be due to the presence of any disease or several medications such as multivitamins which can turn the color of urine bright yellow. The color of urine can also change due to eating certain foods such as eating beets can turn the color of urine to red. The presence of blood can also make the color of urine red. Yellow-brown or greenish-brown color might indicate the presence of bilirubin in the urine.
    The substances that can make urine cloudy but are not unhealthy include cells from the skin, mucus, sperm and prostatic fluids, normal urine crystals, and contaminants such as body lotions and powders. Other substances that can make urine cloudy include bacteria, red blood cells, white blood cells, or any other conditions.
    The risk factors of occurrence of kidney stones include having a history of kidney stones, previous history of kidney stones, not drinking enough water, consuming a diet high in protein, sodium, and sugar; being overweight, history of gastric bypass or intestinal surgery; having polycystic kidney disease or another cystic kidney disease; conditions that can cause swelling or irritation in bowel or joints; medicines such as diuretics (water pills) or calcium-based antacids.
    The types of urinary tract infection depend upon the part of the urinary tract which is infected. For example, if kidneys are infected, it is known as acute pyelonephritis. If bladders are infected, it is known as cystitis and if the urethra is infected, it is known as urethritis.
    The risk factors for urinary tract infection include shorter urethra in females, sexual activity, use of diaphragms for birth control, menopause, abnormalities in the urinary tract, blockages in the urinary tract, suppressed immune system, use of a urinary catheter, examination of urinary tract area, and surgery of urinary tract.
    Yes, please inform your doctor if you are taking any medicines or supplements as it might interfere with the test results.
    Females are more affected by urinary tract infections because their urethra is shorter as compared to men. Hence, they catch infections faster than men.
    Females should not go for a urine examination test during periods as there are chances that they will pass on period blood in the urine sample, which can result in wrong diagnosis.

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    • 40 Years of legacy and credibility in the healthcare industry.
    • NABL certified multi-channel digital healthcare platform.
    • Affordable diagnostic solutions with timely and accurate test results.
    • Up to 60% discount on Doorstep Diagnostic Tests, Home Sample Collection.
    • An inventory of over 100+ laboratories, spread across the country, operating out of 120+ cities with 1200+ collection centers, serving over 1800+ pin codes.

    The information mentioned above is meant for educational purposes only and should not be taken as a substitute to your Physician’s advice. It is highly recommended that the customer consults with a qualified healthcare professional to interpret test results