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... Last year I got a kidney infection and didn't even know it. Just thought it was bad posture and back pain. Had it for weeks. After being treated for it, I had microscopic blood in the urine. ... (4 replies)
... Long time post, did you find out finally what was wrong with your microscopic hematuria? ... (14 replies)
... It seems I've been tested for a lot of stuff this year, but two nights ago started getting pain in my kidneys and tried a couple of tall glasses of water and that didn't flush out the pain, so the next day saw the doctor. I peed in a cup. Yes, I'm that talented! ... (5 replies)

... Anyone have an idea of what microscopic hematuria could mean on urine? ... (14 replies)
... but since I start with the E.Coli infection in Feb 2010 the blood in urine start to appear. I did have a CT scan in 2010 where it showed that I had sand on both kidneys, but Dr only told me to drink more water on daily basis. ... (14 replies)
... I don't have any direct answers, but will comment on my thoughts to help you put this in perspective. First, people with one autoimmune disorder can have more than one. ... (3 replies)
... inch thick foam in urine everytime i pee in a glass jar. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for responding to my question. Ten years ago every U.A. that I had done had the microscopic blood in it so I was sent to a Urologist and he ordered an IVP,I believe it was called. That's when they discovered the masses on one of my kidneys. ... (2 replies)
Nov 19, 2003
... hi, ok ive posted before but i never got any answers so ill try again with a bit of an update, im 17 and live in the uk so this may rule out some of the options any of u may reply with, ill try and make this short although its quite a long story. ... (7 replies)
... took her in Monday for a urine dip stick test at pedi to see if she had UTI. it was neg. ... (0 replies)
... and not necessarily a problem with her kidneys in general. I'm sure she's had urine work done. Do you know if there was any protein or microscopic blood in her urine? ... (6 replies)
... Thankyou for your advice. I do know alot about preeclampsia already and the only thing that was the most worrying to me was the fact i've been getting blood in my urine. I can't see it but i know it's called microscopic heamaturia. ... (2 replies)
... Well every tumor of course has a first ten months of growing. The question is whether it could grow to a certain size in 10 months. Obviously the first step in farscape's case is to get a CT scan to figure out what size they are talking about. ... (62 replies)
... this is a very old thread. Does anyone have any more info in this condition. I have been having the same symptoms. Started three days ago with pain in the kidneys in the morning. The pain does not subdue until i get up and get moving. Went to the doctor and i do have microscopic blood in my urine. ... (7 replies)
Protein in Urine?
Jul 11, 2004
... Well, it depends on how much protein you have in your urine. Normally, there should be none, or if anything, tiny traces of it in your urine. The reason for this because the little "sieves" in the kidney called glomeruli aren't supposed to let the protein through. ... (23 replies)
Kidney finding
Feb 1, 2018
... Hey everyone. I went to the doc after a nasty cold because of flank pain. Urine test showed microscopic blood in urine and stones were suspected. ... (0 replies)
Protein in Urine
Jul 16, 2004
... Protein in the urine at the range your son is presenting with, is a condition known as nephrotic syndrome. The main sign of this condition is the spillage of large amounts of protein in to the urine due to some type of injury or inhibition to the microscopic "sieves" of the kidney known as the glomeruli. ... (3 replies)
... We met with the Urologist today. So far, the IVP was inconclusive. It looked like there was a filling defect in the left renal pelvis. ... (62 replies)
... appearance of a normal kidney, there are numerous fluid filled sacs present. Now...there IS normal kidney tissue present, but it's mixed in with all the cysts that I made mention of above. ... (5 replies)
... Normally, there should be very little to no protein in one's urine. The "glomeruli" of your kidneys are like millions of tiny little sieves which take your blood, and filter it... ... (2 replies)

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