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Getting blood in urine. Renal ultrasound shows lg kidneys. CT scan and cystoscopy normal. Is it normal?

I discovered i had blood in my urine when i went to my dr with concerns of something not right. I was having some urgency concerns and i am post mesh sling. When my urine was dipped it had large amout of blood and trace urin. My dr had me come back in two weeks and test again. Same results. I was referred to a urologist and i have had a renal ultrasound (... showed i had lg kidneies but was completly normal. I also had a ct scan with dye and a cycscope done. All were normal. My urolist told me to come back in six months. I am happy he said i qm normal but still alittle concerned about the it normal???
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have macroscopic hematuria ( Blood in urine).

Though you have normal kidneys as reported on ultrasound scanning and CT scan and no pathological lesion in bladder suggesting absence of urological cause of hematuria.The cause of hematuria has be traced out .

Please consult qualified Nephrologist to rule out any Glomerular disease (Glomerular Nephropathy).He/She will advise you to get few more lab tests done to find out the cause of hematuria.He or she may advise you for renal biopsy .

.Thanks and Regards.
Answered: Sun, 17 Nov 2013
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