Thank you for posting to HCM
From you description it is possible that you might be having a complicated urinary tract infection
(UTI). Alternatively you might be suffering from kidney
or urethral stones or a sexually transmitted infection ( but type of symptoms not typical). If notion of bladder or urethral trauma, it could be the source of the hemorrhage. In any case, your doctor will need to sample urine an analyse and also do a kidney ultrasound
to confirm the diagnosis. Drinking much water is a good step in flushing
your kidneys in case of kidney stones and even infection of the kidneys due to bacteria.
After diagnosis is confirmed, appropriate antibiotics will need to be indicated to treat the affection. If other causes, indicated medical or surgical therapies will have to done.
Hope this helps