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Ive been posting hopingformore insight. Had a urine test which showed blood in urine which I can't see when urinating. All I keep thinking is bladder cancer. I can't even function. Does all blood in urine mean cancer. Everything else on test was normal. Thanks.
Well a cystoscopy will enable the urologist to see what's going on. The scope has a camera on it and the urologist will be able to inspect everything and hopefully find what's causing hematuria. Hematuria is not considered normal.
I have been doing that since I was 14 I am 38 now.. I have had every test ran on me to find the cause never got any answers.. I was told not to worry. So once you rule out all causes I would not be concerned moving forward...
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