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Question: Abnormal protein in pee?


 dreamerilove - Wed Oct 14, 2009 6:35 pm

Okay i had a complete blood panel done and everything were normal... but she said i still had a abnormal amount of blood in my pee... im just so tired lately like i pick up a glass to drink and it's like i held my arm there for ages... it gets tired i also have high blood presure, so i take lisinopril
 Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Thu Dec 17, 2009 12:25 pm

User avatar Hello,Microscopic hematuria as it is known can be caused by many conditions mostly not serious and few serious.Commoner would include urinary tract infections,stone formation,acute nephritis,bladder polyps and other tumours.One can bleed from anywhere starting from kidneys down to urethra.The investigations would be CT Scan,cystoscopy,urine cytology as may be demanded.In a few the cause may remain unknown despite tests.You should get a urological evaluation.Best wishes.

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