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Asymptomatic hematuria may not require intensive evaluation if it has been established that such a case is due to previous strenuous activities, medications, or stressful conditions. Have you engaged in long exercises prior to taking a sample for urinalysis?
If such conditions have been ruled out to have possibly caused the hematuria then your physician may have to consider other causes like an infection or inflammation.
In your case, do you have previous urinary tract infections or trauma to the abdominal area?
Also, have you had previous surgeries or instrumentation in the abdomen or urinary tract?
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