"I have had the above for about one month, but symptoms were occuring for about a month before testing. Several dip tests showed them, with no 'normal' tests inbetween.
I am awaiting a cystoscopy (3 weeks time) but am naturally worried..."
Hello Michael, I am curious to know if you have found anything out about your condition yet...I am a female, but experiencing the same symptoms as you....I have had blood in my urine for almost a week now - very dark - the color of cranberry juice to grape juice coloring. I am also experiencing the distension of the upper abdomen and lots of indigestion.....I went to see my urologist yesterday for the 1st time so I am in the early stages of testing. They did perform an x-ray on me to see if they saw any kidney stones, which they did not with a simple x-ray....Just wondering if you have any results to share. I am very worried about all of this, as I am sure that you are...Take care and you can write me @ ***@**** if you would like. LMcClure, Duluth, Georgia, USA
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