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What causes blood in urine?

Hi, I am 30 years male, 69kg,5'10".Recently I went through my routine Health checkup and found 8-10 RBC (microscopic) in my urine, whereas the Xray & the ultrasound report is normal, please suggest the possible cause, i am not facing any kind of pain while urinating. Please advice for the further course of action.

Mon, 10 Nov 2014
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Usually urine examination shows RBS in range of 0-4.. which is quite normal...
value above this may cause waarent to search for a cause which may be infection, stone diseases or malignency...
as u don't have any problems and young aged..and xray and usg scan showing normal value.. most probably it may be due to some subclinical infection. Just take plenty of water orally nd repeat the test later
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What causes blood in urine?

Usually urine examination shows RBS in range of 0-4.. which is quite normal... value above this may cause waarent to search for a cause which may be infection, stone diseases or malignency... as u don t have any problems and young aged..and xray and usg scan showing normal value.. most probably it may be due to some subclinical infection. Just take plenty of water orally nd repeat the test later