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Sleepless night, always tired, blood in urine. Kidney stone?

I m a 22 year old Male. Yesterday, I didn t sleep much, I was trying to fix my sleeping schedule as it s a mess. This morning, after sleeping 10+ hours, I woke up and felt very tired. My body didn t hurt, except maybe my head, and I thought I must be exhausted from not sleeping the entire day before. I told my wife that I was still sleepy, so i went back to sleep. I slept about an extra 2-3 hours, and when I woke up, I still felt pretty tired. I also felt pretty warm, and thought I might have caught something, considering that my symptoms were similar to that of a flu . I drank coffee in hopes of staying awake, and I just started to pee pretty often. I thought it might have been cause of the coffee, but then suddenly, while I was using the restroom, I sort of peed something thick, and I felt like it was force out, and I suddenly started peeing blood , and what looks to be blood clots. It did hurt a little when it came out, and now I m peeing blood/blood clots, though it doesn t necessarily hurt, just burns a little bit . I asked my parents, and my dad suggested that I might have peed a kidney stone . (Since I did feel like something was forced out) My body doesn t hurt, though a sort of headache does persist, though it s not a bad one, and I do still feel a little warm. What do you guys think? Any suggestions?
Asked On : Sat, 17 Mar 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Thanks for your query.
The common causes of blood in the urine are stones, infections or sometimes a cancer.
I would recommend a urine R/M, Urine culture and an Ultrasound or CT Scan of the kidneys, ureter and bladder.
Based on the results we could decide the further course of action.
Hope this helps
Good luck
Answered: Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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