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Brown dry blood in urine, reddish blood, pressure while urinating, very little urine. Causes for symptoms?

Hi just around 7 pm tonight I went to use da restroom it was an urgent rush when I got der just lil urine came out w alot pressure like I still need to go bad In the urine der was dried up brown blood clots it look like also redish blood in my urine. what can this be in should I go to ER right now or make dr appt tomm. this urge too pee been going on all night n just.lil urine lots pressure n browish red blood.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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This is clearly 'blood in the urine (medically called 'haematuria)'. If you feel your urine is badly stuck, then better go to the ER right now. If flow of urine is not obstructed and the amount of blood that you are passing in the urine is not 'severe', then you can take doctor's appointment for tomorrow morning.
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