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Blood, protein in urine, severe bloating with stomach cramps, normal urine test results. Worrisome?

I have had Blood in my urine for 2 weeks now and i also had protein . I was given 3 days of anti-biotics, but didnt touch it, they sent a sample off to see if anything grew, it came back normal, so no further action from doctores, when i went for a check up at the hospital monday, i still have blood in urine , they are sending another sample off, will get back in 2 weeks, i also feel quite bloated and slight stomach cramps , not severe pain. Is there anything to worry about?
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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hi there , hematuria blood in urine) primary cause is always a urinary tract infection or a renal caliculii in a young male (u didnt mention ur age nor any of ur comorbid illness) i would ask u to drink plenty of oral flusids 4lit per day, have cranberry juice , butter milk etc. please get ur CUE, USG ABDOMEN /PELVIS ,S.CREATININE,BLOOD UREA LEVELS. if atall any changes get examined by a urologist .not to worry sometimes uncomplicated UTI"S CAUSE hematuria along with prostate problems. in between start tab phexin 250 twice daily for 3 days along wid tab pan40 before breakfast and tab urispas twice and , alkalizer called urikind -k syp mixed wid water .take care
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