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I can understand your concern. According to your statement, you have done some investigations recently and your POC (point of care) urine test shows blood in the urine. The condition presenting with blood in urine is known as hematuria and it results from various underlying health conditions such as urinary tract infection, renal stone, any type of kidney diseases or injuries, bladder infection or tumor, intake of blood thinner medications, urinary tract cancer, autoimmune disorders like polycystic kidney diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, a menstrual period in females, and prostatic diseases in males.
The most common cause of hematuria is urinary tract infection in younger patients. Taking plenty of fluids and a course of antibiotics helps to subside urinary tract infection and hematuria. Your age plays an important factor here. POC in urine test is called a point of care urinalysis. It offers fast and accurate results of albumin, protein, creatinine, glucose, urea or BUN (blood urea nitrogen), pus cells, and blood cells.