Thanks for writing in to us.
As you are already being treated for bacterial vaginosis
, your lump in kidney
becomes more important right now. especially in the light of blood in urine.
scan, very little is known about the content of the lump in kidney. There are classifications to say if a lump or cyst
is worrisome. As you are passing blood in urine, a CT scan
with contrast becomes a necessary investigation to know what exactly is present in the lump.
In CT scan, we can say if a lump is having fat, fluid or muscle. Even the blood supply of the lump is best known though CT scan.
Your doctor will discuss the CT scan report with you and tell if its something to really worry about. A repeat ultrasound scan may be advised after 3 or 6 months if it is felt as not worrisome.
Hope this helps