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Pain in the lower abdomen, fainting episode. Blood in urine. Normal urine test. What else?

I had a Left side lower stomach pain before 9days ago... and fainted... then felt My whole body is becoming cold and hot from inside.... then I noticed that im passing blood with urine... a urine full report also displayed 72-75 blood cells.... and i got another UFReport after 5days from that incident and it was normal.... what can it be????
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Hi and welcome to HCM!
Thanks for posting your query here.
The pain is of renal colic- a stone in the urinary tract. A stone can be in the pathway from the kidney to renal pelvis to ureter to urinary bladder to urethra and to the exit. At that time may be you are having a small renal stone of less than 3 mm which has passed out in the urine. A stone while passing in the tract may cause a injury to the inner layers and cause a bleeding. This gives the RBC or blood cells in the urine. When the stone is passed out the injury get healed and there are no more RBC. Please undergo a scan or an x-ray KUB to find out any remaining stones. Take plenty of water to avoid stone formation.
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