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Noticed blood in urine. What is causing this?

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I've used your services before this. Always satisfied. I do not want any testing or anything else at this time. I usually lean toward the holistic methods. I want to know what are the probabilities for the reason of having blood in the urine? This is for someone with good lifestlyle. No liquor or anything else. I even shy away from medicines.
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Sun, 19 May 2013 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. G.Srinivasan 2 hours later
Welcome to the forum,
Most common causes are
1. Infection in the urinary tract.
2. Stones.
3. Tumour mass.
Best regards
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Follow-up: Noticed blood in urine. What is causing this? 16 hours later
I had one day of blood in the urine. Nothing on the following day. Does that sound good to you?
Answered by Dr. G.Srinivasan 7 hours later
No. Blood in the urine is almost always intermittent.
It stops only to bleed again, unfortunately.
At your age, tumor in the bladder needs to be looked for and is a real concern.
The mentioned causes need to be looked for and the treatment is based on the cause.
Best regards
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