What is the cause for itching sensation during urination and blood in urine? - Online Doctor Chats
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blooed in my mothers urine from today morning
Hello Mr. XXXXXXX XXXX
my mother 65 yrs of age
take bp medicine
last 2 days complaining of itching while urinating
is there too much blood in the urine?
in the morning
today morning it is with blood
and also some shivering intenal
okay, I understand that...
can you tell me if she has too much bleeding or it is just slightly red colored urine
yes in a cup she has takensample
it is pink colour
not full red
so how can I help you Mr. XXXX?
wht need to be done
from your description, I thing your mother is having urine infection
you need to consult a urologist
and you should get her urine examined
any medicine u suggest
proper medicines can be given only after physical examination and some tests
medicines can not be suggested online
you need to consult a urologist for a prescription
and some basic tests need to be done before deciding which medicines to give
so I request you to consult a urologist today itself
which basic test
Urine routine examination
urine culture and sensitivity
and complete blood counts
Please consult a doctor, he will tell you which tests need to be done
is there anything else I can help you with Mr. XXXX?
are you there?
okay, anything else I can help you with?
is there a test of urine blood count
routine urine examination will also include counting blood cells in the urine
anything else Mr. XXXX?
if blood is there n urine is it not possible to test urine
it is possible to test urine
testing urine will prove that there is blood
so don't worry about all that
please consult a urologist and he will guide you further
she has taken just noew
cepodem XP 325
that is not advisable
just consulted an physician
all... these medicines should not be taken without consulting a doctor in person
if she has consulted a doctor, then it is ok
an physician suggested this
if the physician has suggested these, then it is okay
are you there?
okay, anything else you want to discuss?
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