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Blood In Urine After Foley Catheter Removal
Catheter trauma: As the foley goes thru the urethra and into the bladder it can cause abrasions, leading to bleeding and clotting sometimes. However, if it is being inserted for renal stones or a hemorrhagic cystitis or other renal issue, it may be unrelated to the foley catheter. Usually foley trauma just causes the urine to be blood tinged temporarily. Patients pulling and tugging on their foley can do this. ...Read more
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Yes: I don't know fi the stent was related to a stone, but just the stent hitting the baldder wall can cause some clots. ...Read more
Usually doesn't: Blood should not show up after foley catheter insertion but sometimes it does. This is usually due to the trauma of placing the catheter in which the catheter rubs up against the urethra causing irritiation. It should resolve quickly. If not, it may need to be evaluated. ...Read more
Had surgery to remove fistula between colon and bladder. Foley taken out yesterday. Are small bits of blood in urine and pain during erection normal?
Had flex. Cysto. done. Clear result. No blood in urine after cysto.But, 2 days after cysto., bloody urine which cleared soon. Was it due to cysto.?
Common: This occurs relatively commonly. If limited and otherwise does not hinder voiding, a watch and wait approach is reasonable. If not, call your doctor. ...Read more
How long after kidney stone removal w/ laser, should it take to pass resididual fragments. Much sharp stinging in penis - stent in- blood in urine?
Blood in urine for 6 mos. Cystoscope normal. Bleed from urethra solid wk before each monthly period. A lot of pus in urine. Cultures show no infection?
I would stick with: your Urologist and see if he can help you. Aseptic or interstitial cystitis is a condition similar to what you described, and the bleeding from the urethra may be part of a systemic inflammatory response that must be ruled out, such as urethritis secondary to reactive arthritis. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
I had blood in urine 2days in 2000. Ive, cystoscopy, prostate all normal.Month ago 3 times blood in urine. Urine looks ok.Waiting for apt. Likely cause?
Possibilities: Blood could be from one of the kidneys, a renal pelvis, a ureter(less common),the bladder or the prostate. For anyone to guess without test results would be meaningless. Most likely your first test will be a CT-IVP with contrast. Good luck to get good news soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Temporarily: Bleeding after a catheter was used/removed is not uncommon. It should only be a cause of concern if it doesn't resolve within a week, or if it is associated with pain. It would be useful to know why the catheter was used in the first place as the problem may be due to the underlying issue for which the catheter was placed. ...Read more
Recovery support: Blood blister can occur after surgical incision, usually from the tape adhesive and/or glue. This can be tender, should be kept clean and dry. Okay to report this to your surgical team when you call to make your post operative appointment. Call sooner if you develop fever or vomiting. Be well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
SOUNDS LIKE: PROSTATE PROBLEM. YOU ARE YOUNG FOR THAT BUT I HAVE SEEN IT . SEE A UROLOGIST OR YOUR PCP. ...Read more
Blood Clot and Blood in Urine and pain in Penis, High Bubbles in Urine after cystoscopy Male? How to heal? Is it normal?
Heal: No it is not normal but surely your doctor has described everything to you and helped you start improving from your symptoms. If the doctor has not treated as you would like, have a friend refer you to a different doctor. Please let me know how things go. ...Read more
Not directly: If there has been surgical trauma to a ureter or bladder there could be some blood in the urine, but the removal of all or part of the colon with re-anastamosis or stoma formation would not cause hematuria. Trauma from foley placement could cause microscopic or even gross hematuria. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Always had trace blood in urine. Had UTI 6 days ago follow up urine still has large amounts of blood. Blood work good no kidney pain. Bladder cancer?
Micro hematuria: Microhematuria in a 34 year-old female who has never smoked is not very likely to be due to bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is not really genetic in nature. Despite that, you should have a hematuria workup which would include imaging of your kidneys as well as a cystoscopy and a variety of possible urine studies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hematuria is the presence of blood in the urine. When you can see the blood, it's called gross hematuria. When the blood can only be seen under a microscope it is known as microscopic hematuria. Hematuria can be caused by kidney stones, kidney infections, urinary tract infections, an enlarged prostate, cancer, certain medications, and ...Read more
Foley catheters are usually manufactured from latex rubber. They are used to drain urine from either male or female bladders. The catheter will often be placed into the bladder and kept in place by inflating a balloon at the most distal end of the catheter. Urine then drains through a hole down the middle of the catheter ...Read more
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