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Brownish blood after passing urine, on toilet paper after wiping, have tiredness and mood swings. What could the cause be?

Hi I just went to the toilet to pass urine and noticed before flushing there was a brownish blood clot floating in the toilet... I have also noticed today after urinating there is brownish blood on the toilet paper after wiping.. I am a little concerned as I have been feeling very strange the last couple of days. Tired and moody, can you suggest what this could be the result of?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Hello and welcome to HCM
Presence of brown coloured clot after passing urine indicates bleeding from the urinary tract.
Passage of blood after passing urine is usually from the urinary bladder.
It could a benign or malignant growth in the bladder.
You need to get your complete hemogram done, urine microscopy for malignant cells.
The bladder needs to be viewed with a cystoscope to look for any growth in the bladder.

Please see your specialist (surgeon) soon.

Thaks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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