There are numerous possible causes of hematuria — blood in the
urine, including kidney disease, injury, certain cancers, urinary
tract infection or prostate disease. Vigourous exercise can also
cause hematuria known as "runner's hematuria" or "10,000-meter
hematuria." Regardless of the cause, prompt testing is required.
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