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You may or may not have any other symptoms associated with haematuria. These symptoms include lower abdominal or back pain, urinary frequency and urgency, burning pain when passing urine, and fever. There are often no other associated symptoms.
Possible causes of haematuria include:
Your doctor will speak to you more to find out more about your symptoms, and in particular if you have any risk factors for urinary tract cancers. A clinical examination will be performed during your consultation.
You may be asked to do a set of initial investigations, which generally include:
Your doctor may discuss with you to go for further tests if there are any abnormal findings from the initial investigations.