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Microscopic blood in urine. Normal x ray, ultrasound of kidney and bladder. What could be this?

hi almost 8 months ago I had a check up test and there was microscopic blood in my urine ,I did repeat the test several times but the blood still there, I saw an urologist and he send me to do x-ray and ultrasound of kidneys and bladder ,everything was okay and he told me there is no need fro cystoscopy (back then I had insurance)two weeks ago I called him to just make sure there was nothing to worry about he told me that no matter what I need to do a cystoscopy,i'm miserable I don't have insurance and so afraid and wooried plz help
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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I read your query. I would like to know if you have any related symptoms like low grade fever, burning while passing urine, any pain while passing urine.
Also did how many RBC cells were mentioned in your urine report?
You should get your urine tests repeated.
The diagnosis will be better if you could give some associated symptoms along with it if you have any, kindly mention your age also.
Answered: Tue, 2 Jul 2013
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