The other day my Husband had a routine physical for work. In order to carry a CDL they have to have an exam, from a drug test, to checking his urine for blood etc. His BP was good, he's not over weight, he's 5'11, 180 lbs. He's in good shape.
However, the Dr.'s assistant said there was blood in his urine. He came home and told me, but didn't seem concerned. He said the Dr.'s assistant said it's probably because he ate steak the night before. I have never heard of that. I googled it, and from reading on the mayo clinic's web site it say's that it could be an infection in the kidneys etc.. I told him he should see his regular Dr. He couldn't that day because it was a last minute thing when he was home, and had to get back to work.. I'm worried, I have never heard of blood in the urine being a good sign. It's normally bad. Anyone have any ideas, or experience with this? It's been weighing on my mind... He does plan to see his Dr when he gets back home. Thanks.
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