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In my urine routine test i found Occessional RBCs and occult blood. I diid other tests like Himogram,Urine crtena,24 hr protein. All test found normal.
Wahat could be the reson for these RBCS.How frequently i shold check my urine. Whan these rbcs will clear from my urine.I have cfrequent urine infection with itching and burning which normally go once i apply termeric powder.Is these Please advice what care i should take to avoid further problems.
You must have microscopic hematuria if you do not observe the blood grossly in the urine.Microscopic hematuria refers to presence of rbc's in the urine detected through microscopic examination. This may be benign in origin. Engaging in heavy exercises prior to giving your urine sample may cause hematuria. History of intake of certain medications my also cause benign hematuria.
Your previous history of repeated infections may alo contribute to the hematuria. At this point your tests are found to be normal.There is no associated urinary protein excretion (proteinuria) which may suggest kidney disease or upper urinary tract infection.
Have you had a urinalysis done? Was a urine culture done? An abdominal CT scan including the kidney, ureter and bladder will be able to help.Aside from infections, kidney stones and previous repeated instrumentations, structural abnormalities in the urinary tract may cause hematuria.
A close follow up consult with your physician is necessary. A referral to an internist for further blood tests may be done to check kidney function ( BUN and creatinine levels).
Continue to take plenty of water and exercise daily to improve circulation.
Thanks for your reply.
Ct scan done for kidney stons,ureter,bladder. Found normal.
Blood test for kidney functioning is found normal.
It seems from your reply that these rbcs are not from upper urinery trac. It seems to be from bottom uriney track.
Any medication required?
You may ask your physician if a repeat urinalysis is indicated. I would suggest this to ascertain if the microscopic hematuria persists. If it is still present despite the normal results from the diagnostic tests, I would suggest that a cystoscopy may be done to directly visualize the urethra and bladder.
At this point, in the absence of any infection (based on culture and urinalysis results),I do not think you need any medications. Drink plenty of water and engage in daily exercises to improve circulation. You may discuss these concerns with your physician for further evaluation.
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