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What is the normal range of pus cells and Epithelial cells In a stool test. Also, if the stool is reactive to acidic, is it a concern?
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HELLO, PUS. CELLS OCCASIONALLY SEEN, OR 2-4. No VALUE OF EPITHELIAL CELLS.   NO VALUE OF ACIDIC O.K BYE.
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Normal range of pus cells in stool is 0-4, Epithelial cells 0-2. The normal pH level of stool is 7.0-7.5. An acidic stool can indicate a digestive problem such as lactose intolerance or a contagion such as E. coli or rotavirus. I would advise you to visit your treating doctor so that the results of the test can be correlated with your symptoms and a decision will be made.
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