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My father had seen reddish brown urine twice on the same day while urinating. This happened three weeks ago. After this incident he increased the consumption of water and now the colour of urine has been changed to normal or yellowish. The urine analysis report shows 6-9 RBC / puss cells and traces of calcium oxalate. What should be the reason for this? Is there any serious problem? Please advice.
Sounds like kidney stones-blood and calcium oxalate. Sometimes they crumble and come out. Is he having back pain or fever? If so, he probably mentioned it to the dr as he ordered the u/a. Best of luck.
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