How rare is loin pain, hematuria syndrome?

Very rare. Loin pain-hematuria syndrome was first described in 1967, as severe unilateral or bilateral flank pain accompanied by hematuria. It is a very rare entity, with a prevalence ranging from 0.012% to 0.07% percent of the population.
Common. Hematuria can be painful or painless. Painful can be related to kidney, ureteral, or sones in the urethra. Other pain can occur from kidney obstructions or rumors, bladder rumors, urethral stricture, urethritis. Fairly common.

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