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Saw blood in urine twice. Slight numbness in hand and back. What does this indicate?

Two weeks ago when it first started only in the morning that I urinated with blood . There is no pain involved. A couple of days with no issues and again blood in the urine in the morning. I also feel a slight numbness in my middle back and right hand . What are these symptoms telling me? Do you have an ideal what is this? I m out of the country at the moment and plan to see my doctor in 2 months time when I get back home. Is this ok? Hope you can help me.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
blood in urine is a problem that needs a clinical examination and investigations to have a proper diagnosis and treatment .
Earlier the check up is done is better.
Please consult urologist and get investigations done .
Hope you be all right soon .these painless bleeding may be due to some conditions in bladder and need to be diagnosed for treatment .
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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hi welcome to hcm.see blood in urine may because of infection ,stone, you feel numbness or pain in your back? you have to drink plenty of fluid whole day plus cranberry is good for that.other then that you had frequently these infection so go for sonography of abdomen ,which provide u right clue.also concern any physician or urologist for more examination.


Answered: Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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