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Blood in urine. Urinalysis normal, RBCs, epithelial cells, mucus threads, amorphus urates, bacteria found. Treatment?

Hi doctor, I am a 20 year old girl and I had my menstruation last june 26 but it freaked me out when i saw blood in my urine last 7th of July. When I had my urinalysis , all were normal except; they found RBC s 40-45 Hpf ... Epithelial cells-few, mucus threads-occassional, amorphus urates- occassional and bacteria - few... what does this mean and what shall I do or at least avoid doing?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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Thanks for seeking advice.
You seem to be having a urinary tract infection for which I recommend a Urine culture test & an abd-pelvic ultra sound scan, & treat according to the report.
If the blood in urine is due to infection take appropriate antibiotics & drink plenty of liquids.
If there is any stone in the bladder / urinary tract consult a Uro-Surgeon.
Hope you have not tested the urine during your menses as the blood may have mixed in urine.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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