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My Doctors have referred me for a Cystoscopy in June due to microscopic haematurria I think it's called which is basically blood in the urine, I'm a bit confused as I've not really been told anything. Like I don't exactly know what to expect, what they're actually looking for, I haven't been told what is most likely the cause, or whether to expect anaesthesia or not. I also had tests for infection when I first had my complaints, but I never actually received any results back so I assume it's a negative test although it would have been nice to know. From blood samples and urine samples Doctors have found no infections but another thing is they never really explained what they were looking for in the tests. I feel a little clueless about the whole situation as I don't really understand what's going on. I'm also wondering if they would let me have a female Doctor as I don't particularly feel comfortable with it being a male, I know it's natural and all that but I'm only 19, flashing Doctors comfortably isn't really something I'm used to or prepared for. I think I may panic if it is a male Doctor as I really don't feel comfortable doing that.
Sorry it's such a long post but basically I just want some knowledge on what to expect, can I have a female Doctor and what exactly are they looking for in Cystoscopies?
Thank-you in advance for the help (if I get any )
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