Thanks for the query.
The interpretation of the test of the vaginal wet mount is that yeast or fungal infection is absent. Clue cells absent indicate no evidence of bacterial vaginosis and trich means trichomonas is negative too. This is suggestive of absence of most common vaginal infection. WBC 2 plus could indicate very mild infection with bacteria being 4 plus. RBC 4 plus could indicate mild bleeding. Haematuria to be ruled out. Epithelial cells are negligible. Amine odor absent again confirms no bacterial vaginosis.
It is quite a normal report. A simle antibiotic therapy can help for a week. Drink plenty of water daily.
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