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Blood in urine due to kidney stones and cyst. What does it mean?

hi i have having serious problem i went to doctors and urologist and found out i have blood in my urine and its a result of two kidney stone ultra sound show a cist the blood in my urine is clear up but i am having serious irritation and pain been to another doctor same problem i am seeking if anyone might have and answer to my question of what could be the problem
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Hello there and thanks for the query
The pain and irritation your are getting are due to the Stones and possible Urinar track infection. Get your routine urine examination done and if needed urine culture can be done. If done before please let me know the report.
To get rid from the pain and irritation please follow following steps:
1. Drink plenty of water.
2. Take Urine alkaliser and proper antibotic if needed by consulting your treating doctor.
3. Take anti-apasmodic and analgesic drug to reduce pain.

Feel free to consult our urologist for further plan of treatment for stone and cyst.
Best Wishes
Answered: Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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