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Blood in the urine is called haematuria.
There are different potential causes for haematuria such as trauma, infection of the urinary tract
, blood disorder, kidney
disease, a mass in the urinary tract
, excess activity,. It can also come from surrounding structures such as the rectum
and reproductive organs.
You should return to be reviewed. This may involve further urine analysis and culture for bacteria or any other organisms. The amount of protein in the urine is also determined. Blood may be taken for kidney function, full blood count and proteins
Any further tests such as imaging would be done based on the results.
It may not be anything serious, but it is best to have it checked to make sure.
I hope this helps