Blood in urine, just twice though?

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I had very visible blood in my urine, twice in 24 hours, no pain, stinging, etc, but went to the doctors anyway as scared me a bit!

He tested for UTI - this was all clear, had full blood count test done, and liver and kidney function tests. Liver and kidneys are fine, blood test came back 'abnormal' but he said that was nothing to worry about as I haven't got any other symptoms so am obviously fine.

I can't help thinking it should be looked into more? Or is it just me over worrying because of all of these 'have you got blood in you pee' adverts that seem to be everywhere at the moment?

I'm female, 34yrs, non smoker, reasonably healthy - i think?!!

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    Hi bustergirl 

     i can sympathise as when i had blood in my urine i had treatment for it, and was sent for a cystoscopy to check the bladder was okay ..

    jay x

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      Hi bustergirl 

      you wasnt on a period or anything where you at the time..

      maybe yours is okay... Mine was deffo a uti and i got meds to clear, but as i suffered with a sensitive bladder for a while back then i was sent for a cystoscopy .. ( all was okay) 

      jay x

       

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    Hi jayneejay

    No definately wasn't on my period, and after the first time it happened I was very careful just to 'dab a little' rather than wipe so I could be sure where the blood was coming from smile

    I hate to distrust the doctor its just been bugging me, especially after my 'abnormal' blood results - whatever they mean?!!

    I'm due my annual meds review in march so will ask about it in more detail perhaps when i see the doctor in person, over the phone they tend to be in a bit of a rush

    Thanks for the reply

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      Hi hun

      i can imagine

      i would want to know which blood test result were not okay, and why..

      not only that if they are not quite right the should be monitored and re done in a few weeks ..

      jay x

       

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