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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
I have intermittent terminal hematuria, usually when opening bowels.Dipstick is negative.If urianalysis is negative,what further tests should be done?
More info needed: Blood in the urine is not normal and needs to be explained. UTI is one of many possible causes, and if a urine culture shows no infection, we look for other causes. A CT can help identify stones. Cystoscopy may also be done to look at the bladder lining. Your urologist can help sort this out. ...Read more
If intermittent terminal hematuria but both dipstick and microscopic urianalysis negative, and UTI ruled out, what else could it be?
Intermittent terminal hematuria,but dipstick negative. Could microscopic urianalysis reveal bladder cancer? If urianalysis negative, what other cause?
Have intermittent gross hematuria. Negative ultrasound (2), cystoscopy and ct scan. What could be going on?
Need further info: Difficult to fully answer your question without a chance to review your records. You may request a consult on the app so we can discuss further. ...Read more
Fem 45, visible hematuria end of stream w tampon. Mild intermittent pain right pelvis. Not pregnant. Afebrile. Partial nephrectomy 2012, benign. ?
See your doctor: It could be a UTI., kidney stone or or pelvic infection or more ser ious problem so see your doctor and be checked. ...Read more
I am facing intermittant blood in urine appearing usually at the finish time. Been treated with antibiotics but it bounces back. Enhanced water intake?
What are the remaining possible causes of intermittant heavy blood in urine if the following tests proved negative: bacteria, lower body xray, internal bladder viewing, and prostate manipulation?
Need what you mean: Are you referring to digital rectal exam when you say "prostate manipulation".What do you mean by "lower body X-ray"? You should have CT scan of the abdomen with contrast because the blood is not necessarily coming from the bladder.It could be from the kidneys. I would think the urologist who cystoscoped you must have also checked your kidneys.It is a good idea to talk to your urologist.Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 28 years old female. I've had hematuria on and off for 2 years now. I'm 96.5 lbs. What am i going to do with my hematuria?
Hematuria: You need to see a urologist. Hematuria (h) is a symptom, not a diagnosis. It could be coming from your kidney, your bladder. You need to have various tests to diagnose the cause. A renal ultrasound, an intravenous pyelogram and if these do not give you the cause, a cystoscopy where the urologist looks at your bladder. I doubt that you have a UTI and you need a urine culture to see if you do. ...Read more
Yes, it can be ...: Gross hematuria (visible) and microhematuria should incite personal and professional attention and appropriate evaluation. Fact: more than 100 known causes for hematuria, cancerous disease leads the pack for attention. So, seek adequate timely care. Best wish ... ...Read moreSee 2 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
UROROLOGY: Hematuria can have many different etiologies including but not limited to infections, kidney stones and tumors. Nitrate level may reflect either infection or tissue destruction of any reason..You definitely need full investigation and prferably by a urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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