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Urine dip abnormal results

Hello I wanted to see if any one can help me with my results. I had a urine dip and came back With the following results
WBC 2+
Ketones 2+
Uro 2+

Is this something to be alarmed ? I currently have erythema nodosm and can’t find the cause of this, what can my urine results be related to ? I don’t have diabetes and I’m not having UTI symptoms at all.
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Hopefully your doctor followed up with you.  I wouldn't be alarmed but you should work with your doctor to investigate further.  WBC 2+ likely means you have some type of infection.  Leukocytes were found in your urine.  Ketones at 2+ are still okay but any higher, that's protein in your urine indicative of diabetes.  You are still in the normal range. The Uro part of the test is checking your liver. The 2+ number does indicate something going on you need to talk to your doctor about.  It's possibly indicative of hemolytic anemia. Potentially a sign of liver disease.  Normal range is  0.1 to 1.8 mg/dL (1.7 to 30 µmol/L),  So you are just out of range.  ***  I am NOT diagnosing you.  I"m just telling you to have a discussion with your doctor.  Here is information on hemolytic anemia.  https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/22479-hemolytic-anemia

Please come back and let us know what the doctor said and what your next step is
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