Although hematuria or proteinuria may indicate problems with the kidneys, several tests are needed for proper diagnosis. Hematuria or blood in the urine may be due to stones, infection, cancer/tumor, or kidney disease. IVP and cystoscopy are usually done to evaluate both the upper and lower urinary tracts respectively. On the other hand, proteinuria or abnormal amount of protein in the urine occurs when the filter unit of the kidney or glomerulus is damaged. There are also many conditions that may lead to this. It is best that we wait for the results of the tests done for proper diagnosis. You can read more about kidney disease through this link: http://www.lifeoptions.org/kidneyinfo/ckdinfo.php?page=4
Take care and do keep us posted with the results.