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i see a nephrologist for "iga nephropathy" but have been having clots in my urine. should i see a urologist? i have had 6-7 episodes of hematuria in the past 10 months. the first couple i thought were utis and went away on their own within 4 hours. epi

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Dr. Rex Mahnensmith
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IgA neph: IgA nephropathy features visible bleeding into urine, bleeding can come from other sources, too. Having a renal ultrasound and having a bladder evaluation is reasonable.
Answered on Aug 11, 2014

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