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Have pain in lower back. Doctor saw blood in urine. Kidney problem?

Hello, I went to the doctor after feeling a persistent flank pain in my lower back thinking it was a kidney issue. The first doctor said she saw blood in my urine . The second doctor said she didnt but had me do blood work. She never contacted me but had a urologist contact me before my return visit. Did my Doctor see somthing in my bloodwork indicating any kidney problems? Perhaps? I am schedualed to see her next week but I am curious.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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thank U for the query,
well u are being worried gathering a lot of confusion. Its too early for u to concluding urself as a kidney problem. Advise to increase your fluid intake in the form of fresh fruit juices and drink plenty of water. Keep a good personal hygiene and seek a Urologist for a check-up and further investigations like urine analysis would be advised.
Dr. Manmeet
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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