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7 year old child, brown discharge in urine. Using catheter, bleeding. Treatment?

Hi my son is seven yrs old and i been noticing his urine has lil brown things kinda looks like sand or dirt in it and it looks really dark his urine . He does have to uses a catheter daily and today blood came out when we emtyed his bladder i dont know if using a catheter can cause this he has only been using a catheter for three weeks now.
Asked On : Sun, 15 Jul 2012
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Dear Dreperales I am sorry to hear about your son. I gathered your son got to use catheter but you have not mensioned why. How ever oathetr can cause bleeding and infection. I feel that the cause of his problem. I strongly suggest to take him to the specialist for through physical examination, including cystoscopy (special examination of bladder) sending urine for culture and sensitivity and will prescribe appropriate antibiotcs. Your son may need surgical treatment depending on diagnosis. Kindest regards SKMukherjee.
Answered: Mon, 16 Jul 2012
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