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I have visible blood in my urine with no pain?

I am male 46 years old. I have a problem and I need help please.
After walking and jogging for 45 minutes, I went to the pathroom and noticed that my urine is red.
I went to the hospital to see a specialist who asked for the following tests :
-urine analysis
-blood test
I did them all and no infection were found and they told me there is a stone in the ureter. I went home with no medicines waiting for the stone to leave my body as they said. I went to the gym today and after the gyme. I went to the bathroom to find red urine again.
What is this? I am not sure what I have.
Specially I have no pain at all.
I had stones three times in my live every time there was a sever pain when the stone is moving in my body.
Please let me know what to do? I do not understand what is this?  I am really worried.
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

The common causes for painless bleeding in the urine are infections of the kidney/bladder, disorders of the kidney/bladder, benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), certain blood disorders, strenuous exercise and certain medications. As you have a history of kidney stones and a stone has been detected in the ureter it could be the most likely cause. It may not be moving and hence there could be no pain.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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How are you doing? Did the stone pass yet?  I bet it was "on the move" and may have had ragged/sharp edges and as it moved it knicked you along the way .... What did  your doctor say/do ?  You okay?  Please let us know.

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