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Small child discharging red droplets of blood after urinating. Urine test shows RBCs, pus cells. Cure?

hi doctor.. i have a son he s 4 years old.. i noticed blood droplets after his urination .. i brought my son directly to the nearest hospital and had urine test... and lab result showed: 1-2 pus cells and more than 50 RBC ... im so worried for son... we might visit his pedia this week... for now... can u tell me what is this all about? thanks and god bless
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

If a child is having blood in the urine at the end of urination and if it is fresh blood then we think of the bladder causes causing the problem.

A ultrasound abdomen including the bladder can confirm the diagnosis.
Bladder stones could cause such a problem and the diagnosis can be confirmed by X ray and ultra sound examination.

Hope this helps.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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