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Have blood in urine. Kidney sonogram normal. What could it be?

Hi I went to the Gyno a few weeks ago and found out I had blood In my urine but I didn't see it. Wet to urologist and got tested and I still didn't see it. I had a sonogram for my kidneys and it came back normal and I scheduled for a cystoscopy but now I'm seeing blood when I wipe and very little I'm thd toilet what could it be
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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Twice in your urine test, blood was found while you did not actually notice. The sonograpy of your kidneys are normal as well.

Blood in urine is not a good sign. When it occurs occasionally, it is still fine. But not on a recurrent basis.

I would like to suggest you to wait for another week and repeat your urine test for blood. You may go ahead with the cystoscopy. No harm in it.

I am sorry; I do not know your age to comment on your symptoms further.

Wish you good health.

Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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