The color just describes how your urine looks. Anything yellow is well within normal. If it turns amber or red, it may mean there is bleeding in your urinary tract. But if it is icteric, something may be wrong with your liver. So your's is normal.
Transparency that is clear is normal.
pH of 6.0 means your urine is acidic. This actually depends on what you eat and drink and meds that you take.
The specific gravity shows how concentrated your urine can be. If the value is high, you might be dehydrated.
Sugar and protein should normally be negative; a positive sugar may mean you have a problem metabolizing sugars. It may mean you need to be screened for diabetes. A positive protein means your kidneys are not filtering right, BUT, having WBC's in your urine can yield a positive protein result since these WBC's are proteins.
Normally, WBC's should be less than 5. With a count of >50, it means your infection is high, that explains your pain.
RBC's are what will give your doctor a hint for sotnes and stuff. Since yours is 0-2, this is quite normal for women.
Epithelial cells just shows your doc how clean your specimen was. The rarer the cleaner.
Bacteria will show how "fresh" your urine sample was. If urine was left alone to stand for quite sometime, the Bacteria grows, and the results are thence changed.
By your results, you are quite normal except for the WBC. It's UTI girl. Just take your meds, and lighten up. It's nothing life threathening or serious.