rbc of 5 in urine, no signs of infection, normal kidney function, abdominal discomfort & bloating, no diabetes, no gyno issues, plan to see urologist.
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Here are some ...: Finding 5 RBCs in UA reaches the recommended threshold of microhematuria; of course, it's essential to make sure your urine specimen was not contaminated with period; if yes, repeat UA with properly collected fresh urine. If still >5 RBCs, seek uro-evaluation with imaging studies and cystoscopy at least. As to bloating, seek professional evaluation / counseling on how to smooth out digestion...
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