Microscopic Haematuria is the presence of blood in the urine which cannot be detected by the naked eye, but only picked up by a urine test where the urine is studied under the microscope for red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), epithelial cells (ECs) [vaginal cells], and bacteria (germs).
Microscopic Haematuria can be caused by:
You may have no complaints apart from an incidental finding of blood in the urine at your routine medical or insurance check up. Other symptoms include:
The following tests may be used to diagnose Microscopic Haematuria:
The following are the treatment options for the various causes of Microscopic Haematuria: