I'm a 43 yr old woman with no significant health problems. Last night I noticed blood in my urine. I called the doc who sent me to a fast check clinic. They did a urinalysis that came back negative for infection and bacteria, so I was sent to the emergency room where a repeat urinalysis was done, along with blood work and a CT scan of my abdomen. All tests came back normal. My only symptom is the bloody urine, and it's a lot. The sample looked like a blood sample rather than a urine sample. No abdominal or back pain, no burning or urgency, a very low fever of 99.7 and I feel fine. Because the tests were fine, I was told that this is not emergent and to follow up with a urologist on Monday, who will likely scope my urethra. Then I was sent home. Now it's 24 hours later and there is still a very heavy presence of blood in my urine and still no other symptoms. I don't know, I just think that blood in urine is a big deal, it's not normal! I'm a paramedic, and if a patient told me that they had this problem, I would absolutely advise them to let us take them to an emergency room for treatment and not wait out the weekend until a doctors office is open. Am I paranoid? Am I making a big deal out of something that isn't a big deal? Anyone who has had a similar experience, I would love to hear your story and advice.