Hi Arvind ji,
Thanks for posting your query.
Although RBC are normally present in urine, but you should go for PSA, a specific antigen for prostate
to rule out any carcinomatous changes.
You should also consult with urologist
and go for renal function test.
If needed, you should also go for kidney biopsy
and immunofluorescence study of kidney.
Dr. Mayank Bhargava