I recently had a urinalysis as part of a pre op exam. The urinalysis showed microscopic hematuria and leukocytes. After a round of cipro a repeat urine test showed the exact same results of hematuria and leukocytes. I have NO symptoms of a UTI. My mom had a bladder polyp removed 30 years ago and routinely has microscopic hematuria for the past 25 years. About 10 years ago I had a urine test which showed microscopic hematuria and I had a cystoscopic exam which found nothing out of the oridiinary. My question is can a person just have microscopic hematuria and leukocytes in their urine and have NOTHING wrong with them? Also I have taken 200 mg of Celebrex for more than 8 years. Could a prolonged use of this drug be the cause of the hematuria?? I'm a bit stressed and don't know if I should undergo another cystoscopic again.
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