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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?

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Dr. Arthur Rein
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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.

In brief: 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.
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