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Dysuria And Hematuria
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
43 year old female no past medical history recent UTI and dysuria and hematuria. On ultrasound shows one cyst with solid nodule. ..wot does that mean?
48 white male severe dysuria, moderate hematuria x 4wks. Failed bactrim, (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) doxycycline, rapiflo. Cysto:thickening anterior bladder wall; cause?
What would cause pain the bladder when the bladder is full? No blood in urine, no dysuria, and no other symptoms.
Sudden pain left flank, painful urination like uti.4 hrs later after hematuria. Burning and pain stop for a day then UTI painreturns days later. W/o bac?
Seems like UTI+-: Flank pain in female comonly asociated with kidney infection. All other symptoms are suggestive of urinary infection (UTI) that dose not involve the kidneys and in general is a benign condition unless is too frequent. ...Read more
What might small specks of blood in urine (ONLY at initiation of stream) mean? NO dysuria, penile d/c, trauma, no hx of same, no concern for STD
? UTI: Acute cystitis should be considered. Drink plenty of fluids until you can get a urine analysis and a prescription for antibiotic if infected. Meanwhile get over the counter AZO which will help the painful urination a bit (but will color your urine red). No need for ER (too costly for cystitis)but go to your doctor or to walkin clinic. Best wishes. ...Read more
60 yr old male, blood in urine, painful urination, bladder pain, Tests say no stones or infection. Cysto scheduled. It is always bladder cancer?
21 yr-old had 8 months of upper respiratory and urinary symptoms, felt caused by infections, and may have immune system disorder on test results.....?
Possible vasculitis: I would have an ANCA panel checked, especially with you saying you're having hematuria and proteinuria. There are a few conditions we refer to as pulmonary renal syndromes and they are all a type of vasculitis. Some of the names are Wegener's and Goodpasture's. ...Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
Here are some. ..: For someone at 50, hematuria alone should incite personal concern and professional urge to initiate a comprehensive evaluation; don't wait but go to see urologist now. As to being okay or not for 7 months, that depends the degree and duration of bloody urine. For usual healthy persons, they can tolerate a blood loss of 45 cc daily without much negative impact to red blood cell counts. Go... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
IgA Nephropathy: Jack: IgA nephropathy is inflammation of kidneys where immunoglobulin IgA deposits in the renal system - patients experience hematuria - blood in urine. The cause is unknown. The kidneys function well however, in some people there is progression to worsening disease. A kidney specialist must oversee care. Sometimes, IgA nephropathy can be is assoc. With rheumatic disease like Ank. Spondylitis. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: I assumed you saw the blood in the urine, for which you need to be evaluated, especially with no UTI, with imging study - CT. IVP and cystoscopy to make sure of no tumor in the bladder or ureters or kidneys with the bladder most commonly involved. So, proceed with care timely. ...Read more
Here are some...: Cyslophosphamide (Cytoxan) has earned its notoriety causing gross hematuria, but unpredictable in its timing and possible, yet nice to know. If hematuria is bothering you, please peruse the article in http://formefirst. Com/hematuria. Html so to gain some insight on how to handle such correctly with reasonable expectation. ...Read more
Maybe: "-uria" = in urine. Protein in the urine usually reflects a kidney problem. Blood (hematuria) may be a problem in the kidney, ureter (connection duct to), bladder, prostate gland (in men), and/or urethra. Both should be evaluated further to identify the problem which may include further blood, urine tests, scans, and cystoscopy (scoping the bladder and system). ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Painful urination is the high end of urethral discomfort at voiding, which may result from UTI, STD-related urethritis, stone passage, aftereffect of transurethral procedures, but with widely variable expression & intensity reflecting personal tolerance & coping ability. So, interpreting it with ...Read more