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Continuous flow of blood clots in urine that are stringy and fleshy, pain in the lower back, CT did not show stones. Reason?

Lots of blood clots in my urine . Mayhave paased some stones but lots of clotsand blood are still there. Lot of them are stringy and fleshy. Im a male. Didnt appear to be stones on a ct scan but have had two episodes of ridiculouspaintwo consecutive nights. Pain was in my right lower back. If they were stones why do i still havelots of blood clots and fleshiness coming out?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Dear Chewiebaca, I suggest you to have your Urine tested for routine and microscopic examination to rule out infections, Routine Blood tests, For pain you can take some antispasmotics orally or injectable. So you should better see your GP . Take plenty of fluids orally (atleast 2 lit/Day)
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