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Blood in urine, frequent urination, strong urge to pass after urinating, weak bladder, had kidney stone. Likely causes?

hello -My symptoms are blood in urine ( it is 3+) frequent urination and urge to pee ( even after peeing) I am 34 years old male and have history of Kidney stone ( was diagonosed with stone 7 years back and then it disappeared). Alos my bladder has always been week ( from the age 24, i realised that i go to toilet to pee a lot of times than people in my age group) What coulde be the likely causes please? i am worried.
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Thanks for your query. I presume that you are under medical supervision and are being followed up with regular investigations. I suggest that you consult your doctor and get a urine routine and culture done to rule out any infection, which is usually associated with stones in the urinary passage, and can explain the frequency and urge for urination. If required, your doctor shall get an ultrasound done to assess the kidneys, ureters and bladder and try to find the cause of blood in the urine.

Wishing you an early management of this problem. Regards.
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