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Pee little blood clots, no kidney stone. What it could be?

Hi, I have been having. Problems been to the doctor she just keeps telling everything is normal but first I have been having a really bad cough for the last month there has. Been blood in it. Now I m peeing little blood clots I guess I first I thought I was passing a kidney stone but I pee the little blood clots about 5 times a day for the past 6 days. Would u have any idea what it could be? Thanks , Kathy
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to Health care magic
After going through your history you are having hematuria that is passing blood in urine .
There are many causes like infection stone And any growth inside urinary tract .
You should consult an Urologist and get ultrasonography of abdomen which will help you to know what is the cause.
Other investigation which can be used is cystoscopy if required biopsy may be taken to confirm the cause.
painless hematuria can be due to kidney tuberculosis any malignant lesion of urinary tract.
Differential could be bleeding diathesis.
Hope this helps you to know what action yo be taken.
Take care
Good luck
Dr Akhilesh Dubey M.D.
Answered: Fri, 7 Jun 2013
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