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Diagnosed with kidney stones over year ago that are to large to pass and now have blood in urine. Should this be a concern?

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no pain associated with blood in the urine called painless hematuria, in spite of the history of kidney stones might need to be investigated , in one hand to rule out other pathology,and to make sure there is no complications or damages to the kidney from the stones

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no pain associated with blood in the urine called painless hematuria, in spite of the history of kidney stones might need to be investigated , in one hand to rule out other pathology,and to make sure there is no complications or damages to the kidney from the stones
Dr. M. Hytham Beck
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Dr. Karen Butler
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Yes. You are 46 years old.
You have to account for the blood. Hydrate and the get another urine study. If still pisitive for blood you need further studies. You do need to see your doctor.

In brief: Ans

Yes. You are 46 years old.
You have to account for the blood. Hydrate and the get another urine study. If still pisitive for blood you need further studies. You do need to see your doctor.
Dr. Karen Butler
Dr. Karen Butler
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