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Child has blood after urinating. Blood test reported high RBC, WBC. Anything serious?

my five year old son had some blood in his urine at the end of urination but not during. the first test the said showed no infection, but WBC and RBC was high. so they did another type of blood and urine test, all look O.K. but the MICROALBUMIN, UR, QN, DETECTION LIMIT <= 20 MG/L is at 70.6 and the MICROALBUMIN/CREATININE is at 81. the blood has not been present for the last day or so and he is not showing any pain or discomfort. please advise. thanks!
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Dear user,

The presence of both RBCs and WBCs in urine may indicate the passing of blood, or an illness of the urinary tract such as an inflammation, an infection, stones, or other problems that are rare. There is some leakage from the kidneys of your son, as he is also passing protein. The most likely illness he had was a glomerulonephritis. Even if the urine looks better, you should take him to a pediatrician to look for other problems such as a high blood pressure, body swelling, etc. that occur with this illness.

- Dr. Taher
Answered: Wed, 29 May 2013
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