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What can be the reason for flaky spots of blood in my urine ?

hi i pro lappsed L4 AND L5 about 4 weeks ago and now when i go for a.., wee i am passing flaky spots of blood in my in my urine. many thanks greta im 46 years old my weight is 9stone and i prolapped my disc also 2years ago i had a mri scan 2 years ago which showed this . i had a mri full body scan showed this and i had the same 2yrs ago with blood and i been in alot of pain since this . but 4wks ago i heard a crack in my back when i bent down and been in sever pain cant stand long and now i dont know why i get flaky spots of blood in my wee . oh my peroids stopped a year and half ago. many thanks Greta.
Asked On : Tue, 7 Jun 2011
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I believe that you may be having a urinary tract infection for which you need to send your urine for testing. As of now, drink plenty of water, eat fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Visit your Urologist for management.
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