Positive* - A positive test result means that some blood was found in the stool and additional . tests are needed to determine the source/cause of bleeding. *Follow manufacturer's instructions for use/reading of results. Note: In all of these tests, deviations from the noted normal range do not necessarily indicate an abnormal situation. MY STOOL TEST SHOWS PUS CELLS 2-3/HPF. IS IT NORMAL? stomach pain . Read answers related to your health problems from thousands of doctors online across the globe at healcon.com.

The normal range of pus cells in the urine is 0-5. Since the report suggests pus cells of 8-10 and bacteria is present, it is suggestive of urinary tract infection(UTI). Ideally you should send the urine for culture so that the most sensitive antibiotics can be used.