When blood is visible in the urine, urological investigations are always necessary to determine its cause in case further complications develop, and to identify or exclude underlying disease.
When microscopic haematuria is detected, it is always advisable to take medical advice. Microscopic haematuria investigation can be intermittent and without any other symptoms, even when there is an underlying condition.
In some people, microscopic amounts of blood may be present in the urine in small amounts invisible without microscopic examination. Low levels of blood in the urine may be detected by a urine dipstick test. This test is often done as part of a medical examination, or to investigate urinary symptoms. icroscopic haematuria may be caused by a large number of possible, important, medical causes, but in some individuals it represents a normal though detectable leak of blood from the kidneys.
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