Our expert says:
this is quite common and could be a sign of urine tract infection or caused by heavy exercise (joggers hematuria). If it is joggers hematuria it usually clears up in 3-4 days. In a small % of cases it indicates kidney disease or serious disease like bladder cancer (mostly in older people)
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