Strenuous exercise and medications like antibiotics, analgesics can also cause haematuria.If haematuria is due to these conditions it will usually subside in two-three days. The common causes of painless haematuria are glomerulonephritis, kidney infections, benign prostatic hypertrophy,av fistulas etc..Rare but serious causes are kidney tumours, bladder tumors and urinary tract tumours.See a doctor. Depending on the medical history and physical examination your doctor may recommend tests like dipstick tests, urinalaysis, blood tests and ultrasound scan or CT scan. Treatment depends on the underlying cause and diagnostic result. Do keep me posted.
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