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Asymptomatic Microscopic hematuria in urine at least 2yrs. No protein Urologist did cystoscopy. Nothing. Said idiopathic. Causes? Please be specific.
Microscopic hematuria: It could be a benign condition, Ig A nephropathy or thin basement membrane disease. Make sure bp is normal and kidney function is stable. Other reasons could be other glomerulonephritides, but they usually give rise to protein in the urine. Some people have have kidney cysts or small kidney stones but they also give rise to frank blood in urine. ...Read more
Hematuria is the presence of blood in the urine. When you can see the blood, it's called gross hematuria. When the blood can only be seen under a microscope it is known as microscopic hematuria. Hematuria can be caused by kidney stones, kidney infections, urinary tract infections, an enlarged prostate, cancer, certain medications, and ...Read more
Yes, but not common: Seeing gross bloody urine (gross heamturia) or few or some red bladder cell under microscope (microhematuria) is possible, but still not common for prostatitis while prostatitis has been commonly assigned to many men with some urinary symptoms such as some suprapubic discomfort, vague ache / pain in the perineum (between sac and anus), slow start of urine flow, slow urine flow, etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: Nephrotic syndrome can be caused by many diseases . Diseases such as diabetic nephropathy, membranous gn, fsgs may cause nephrotic syndrome hematuria and proteinuria occur in eg lupus nephritis the prescence of only proteinuria helps the clinician narrow down to certain diseases before resorting to a biopsy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
25 y.O.Female annual urine test shows microhematuria. No pain, no symptoms, and no infection. Lab results say no abnormal cells. What's the cause?
Difficult to say: A work-up is recommended. A significant percentage of patients in your age group have a normal result on the tests and therefore no apparent cause. The first thing to do, in my opinion, would be to simply repeat the urinanalysis. Kidney stones are a possibility. Make sure the test wasn't done around the time of your period. If it was, the blood may have not been from your urinary system at all. ...Read more
I'm having infrequent but recurrent gross hematuria. Tests show proteinuria/mucus but no blood. All other tests normal findings. Cysto scheduled. ?
Hematuria: Large intermittent blood loss as you describe can often be ascribed by open bleeding tiny blood vessels. This diagnosis would require a kidney angiogram to localize any blood leak, because they can "plug it up" in radiology. Sometimes you never catch it when it starts bleeding. This is called angiodyspasia, not uncommon. Cystoscopy will look for bladder source of bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Haematuria over 1 mth. no pain antibiotics finished and ultrasound showed no kidney infection or stone. Any ideas?
Chronic hematuria, trace protein on urine dipstick. Saw urology had cyst done everything fine. Kidney US normal. Low wbc for past year. No anemia.???
Your Quetion is uncl: Please make your question more clear. Send us the results of your complete blood count(CBC) so that we can assess your WBC count and differential count. We can also tell if you do or do not have anemia once we look over your numbers in your CBC, Diff and Platelet counts. Complete info would be most helpful. ...Read more
Have lupus. Moderate microscopic hematuria x months though NO RBC in urine, trace ketones in urine,otherwise normal UA. Total bilirubin 1.6. Thoughts?
Blood in solid stool (light pink), nausea, headache, stomach cramps. No IBS, no hemroid, no diverticulitis, no constipation, no aspirin/ibuprofen.
Could still B intern: -hemorrhoid so, best 2 have it checked out. Usually if blood is from higher up in the GI tract it's black. Still I would B evaled. ...Read more
Frequent Urination. Pee always clear, Interval: 30min-1hr. DOCTOR SAID NO DIABETES, CLEAN URINALYSIS, NO PROSTATE. NO HEART DISEASE. Whats goin on?
Next step: Test urine concentrating ability. Your physician may already have done this. Go without drinking water as long as you can stand it, or overnight, or what seems convenient, and see if you can get urinary SG up to 1.020+. If not, it's renal or pituitary diabetes insipidus. Lots of causes. Otherwise you're thirsty and we're unlikely to discover why. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
RBC of 5 in urine, no signs of infection, normal kidney function, abdominal discomfort & bloating, no diabetes, no gyno issues, plan to see urologist.
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... ...Read more
Still likely a UTI: You could still have a urinary tract infection (without the most common symptoms of dysuria/pain/frequency/.....), but you should also be examined for more serious conditions such as a renal inflammation (glomerulonephritis/pyelonephritis/....), or a subclinical infection (tuberculosis of the urinary tract can present as "sterile" pyuria). ...Read more
3+ hematuria, dark yellow urine colour clears after drink a lot of water
renal us clear no kidney stones
prostate size normal
no wbcs in urine?
Worst uti symptoms ever. severe bladder pain, burning, urgency, FOUL urine . uti dipstick only picked up trace leukocytes and no nitrites? infection?
Here are some...: Go to be checked by following instructions in the articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html & in http://formefirst.com/onUTI.html. Besides, it is still worthwhile to be treated once empirically since some 25-30% of women with typical UIT symptoms - dysuria, frequency, & urgency - will turn out to have negative urine culture. So doing, you gain insight on how to work with doctor. ...Read more