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Child has blood in urine. Scan shows live lesion. Normal renal ultrasound. Cause of blood?

My 12 year old has blood in her urine and they said she has low iron they did a scan found a lesion on her live a month later they did an Mright and said there was nothing but she still has blood in her urine they said her blood work showed that she s not immune to the hep shot and needs to repeat them is that possible and whats causing the blood they did a renal ultra sound also and seen nothing
Asked On : Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Feb 2013
Thank you for query,
As you said there is blood in urine i want some information like
Any headache is there?
Any intake of drugs or beetroot?
What is the blood pressure?
Any similar complaint in the past or in family members?
Urine should be looked for presence of RBC, proteins and spot protein creatinine ratio,calcium excretion and blood should be investigated for renal function tests and calcium.
So consult your Pediatrician or Pediatric nephrologist for evaluation and management.
If the evaluation is normal urine should be checked annually.
Answered: Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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