microscopic blood in urine

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I have had this since September. Clear for infections, no urgency, flank pain comes and goes. Apart from that I have no symptoms and cannot understand where this blood is coming from. I am almost 50 and female. Dr has referred me for cystoscopy which will check bladder. this will not be for at least 8 weeks and I am getting really worried. Kidney function blood test came back clear. I had urgency at the start and had a weeks course of antibiotics which seemed to sort that. No burning at all. Can anyone help with what this may be or has anyone had similar experience? Thank you

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    Same symptoms, blood in urine ( 3 times repeated urinalysis ) , pain over pubic bone sometimes flank pain , no bacteria found!

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    I had the same, had cytoscopy and was clear. No idea whats going on rolleyes

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    I have had microscopic hematuria for 4 years! I've also had 3 occurrences for gross hematuria! I've been blown off my doctors for 4 years and I finally was sent to urology. The urologist did a white light cystoscopy and an abdominal and pelvic ct. all negative. And again I'm being blown off. I asked him why I'm bleeding then and he told me to go to my primary and make sure it isn't coming from my vagina. It's not!!! People don't just pee blood for no reason. I feel so helpless because nobody seems to take me seriously. It's because I'm 32, female, non smoker. I want the same work up that a 50 year male smoker would get.

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