i had blood in my urine and cramps with a fever and vomiting

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i could have had a virus, what is the urine in the blood, it was slight, not heavy like months ago.  The urine tests show no infection, had an ultra sound, no sign of cancer in either.  There are options besides cystoscopy as I  understand it, that could leave scarring.  What could it be..worried.

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    Hello,

    I'm not really sure but shouldn't you be having a followup with a Uroligist? Maybe you could hint to your Dr. if things don't improve but I hope they do for you . Get well,

    Penny

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    Did you made Balharizia (parasite) Lab.test?continuing blood in urine

    causing blader cancer.

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      is t hat different than the urine test ..after 2 negative urine tests for infection...there was a 3rd..not sure but she said ultra sound shows nothing but a cystoscopy might...what about mri and scans too
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      schistosoma or balharizia is a parasit living at defferent organs.

      including bladder, it put eggs in the bladder ,when the urine pass

      outside these eggs making scratches on the wall of ureter when it coming out ,so there is a blood in urine result. This disease is treated by one dose 4 tablets of antibiotic to kill mature schistosoma. you can talk

      with your doctor to perform schistosoma parasit test . now there is a new

      test for finding the eggs in the urine. good luck

       

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