Hi I am a very fit 50 yr old male and I have just passed a small clot of blood in my urine for the first time. Over the past few years I have also noticed an urgency to urinate, mostly after drinking ...
Whatcauses red bright blood in urine? No other symptoms, Not caused by menstrual cycle, no aspirin taken, no pain in kidneys or trauma to area. First time this has ever been seen. Workout regularly, eats ...
his urine and found a infection , went to the ER again sat for 4 hours waiting to see Doc, put in a new catherer and sent home with meds anti-bodic kefflux, 4 x a day , Sat he started showing blood ...
I have noticed on three different occasions when I urinate I saw twice pink tinge looking tissue then the third time it look like a long strip of tissue with blood. I have a history of fibroid tumors I am ...
noticed traces of blood in my urine over a period of 5 days. Referred me to a urologist Went over, he ... and always found traces of blood in my urine which he finds puzzling. I consulted him again earlier on today ...
My 9 year old daughter has headaches cramps and vomiting I took her to the er and they ran test all were negative but she has red blood cells in her urine they tried to tell me she may be starting her ...
Means you probably might have kidneys stones,infections, strictures, or anything that causes "erosion"of the urinary pathways resulting to bleeding.
What does blood in urine means?
This could mean infection or irritation of the bladder. This could also mean kidney stone or inflammation of the kidney. This should be discussed with a physician.
I used a small amount of meth tonight. Had sex and ejaculated. Hour later a small trace of blood in urine. What may cause this?
Blood in the urine can be due to infection of genito urinary tract,kidney stone etc.
In your case,there might be an subclinical infection of the urinary tract.It might have causedblood in the urine.
Do not worry.
Drink plenty of water.
I prescribe antibiotic like Balofloxacin,Citralka syrup to my patients with similar complaints.
Wish you speedy recovery
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