Blood in unrie test but no bacteria found in the urine !? Giving me bad anxiety

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Hello everyone I'm new to this site & was wondering if anyone had the same problem as me or in the same boat ? . I had this problem for at least 9 months now , the first urine test I did with my doctor he said that there was iron in the urine test so he thought it was a UTI right away so I took the antibiotics and then a few months passed by now and I had this bad pain on my left side and when I got the urine test its back again saying there is blood in it , I also had a ultrasound and they said everything was found but I keep driving my self crazy because there's still iron in my urine still and I don't know why either does my doctor. Has anyone had this before to them !? I'm only 20 years old and have Heath anxiety ever since I was 13 .

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    Don't drive yourself crazy with worrying.  If your ultrasound is normal but you still have symptoms which your doctor cannot diagnose then ask him to refer you to a specialist.  You need to get to the bottom of your problem so that you can stop worrying.  Be firm with your doctor tell him how really worried you are that you want to see a specialist.  Take care of yourself.

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    So far you ultrasound was ok?  Can you see with your eyes blood in your urin or is it only lab tests?  I don't understand what you mean by iron in you urin, can yo explain. What the doctor is concerned about.

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      Hello yes my ultrasound was okay for the kidneys & my ovaries , when I do urine tests the blood cells always come up , I never see any blood in my urine , my urine is kinda dark in the morning when I use the washroom I always think it's eather me holding it in while I'm sleeping maybe ? , but I don't know what's going on ' tomorrow I'm getting a camera into the bladder to see what is going on

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