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High BP, urine test showed presence of blood, no blood in urine, morning urine is bit darker, urine test showed presence of blood. Cancer?

Hi I m a 30 year old female who had a baby a year ago via c section. A few months ago I went to the doctor due to high blood pressure and did blood work and urine analysis. The blood work was normal but the urine showed blood 3+. I did another urine test a week later and it showed blood again2+. I ve had this problem even when I was a child but I m scheduled next month for cystoscopy and ultrasound of kidneys. My biggest fear is that it is cancer . I don t have any pain and feel fine... I ve never actually seen blood in my urine.. It just a bit darker in the first morning urine... Any ideas why this is so... I m pretty scared! Thank you katie
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

Blood in the urine could be due to numerous causes commonest ones seen in females of your age would be UTI and stones.

Do get the prescribed tests which will in detail clear the doubts and help you in early detection and management.

Wish you the best.
Answered: Mon, 28 May 2012
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