I agree, having blood in your urine is not a good thing. Normally patients do not have pain associated with kidney disease, they typically find out by their doctors performing lab work or when they begin to notice blood in their urine, things of this nature. I do not mean to scare you either, but it is much better to call your doc and have it checked and be on the safe side. It could be something as simple as kidney stones, just never know until you have it checked.
Please take care and keep us posted!
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