I know that you would really like to know what is going on NOW. But in some areas two months for an appointment as a new patient is not unusual. And you are right that they are being a bit cautious right now.
While urinary blood can be a sign of bladder cancer and does need to be checked out, most often there is no cancer present. In most cases of urinary blood no cause is ever found.
It is hard to wait, but the odds are that you will be fine. IF you do have bladder cancer it probably has been there for quite a while and two months will not make a big difference.
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I have had blood in my urine for two months. I called a doctor and just talked to him over the phone. He is going to do a scope but not for two months. I dont know if it is because of the Virus. Is that too long to have thw scope done.