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Intermittent Painless 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
Gross painless hematuria once for 24 hours. Leukocytes found in dipstick but Urine C/S neg. Should I go for immediate cystoscopy or wait and watch?
I had a case of gross, painless hematuria a few weeks ago. My doc said it wasn't a UTI because I didn't have proper symptoms of it. The bleeding lasted for about 5 days. What could the outcome have been? Or was it just a harmless case?
Uti vs stone: This could have been a UTI but since it resolved on its own it also could have been related to a kidney stone. Definitely follow up with your md if it recurs. ...Read more
Can gross painless hematuria affect pregnancy? Doctors aren't sure what the cause is for the hematuria is, but can it affect my baby? : (
No: Hematuria is not going to affect the baby. It is good that the doctors are trying to find the cause but this is to help you not because the presence of hematuria is harmful to the baby. ...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?
Have hematuria no pain, no nothing, and unknown why, dr. Said to wait it will go away and it did but comes back few times after masturbation in urine?
What's a possible diagnosis on recurrent, painless, gross hematuria? I've had it last month, it lasted for about 4 days. Exactly a month later it happened again. What's the outcome? I was put on antibiotics & was told to drink lots of water. I seldom dran
Painful causes: stones, infection
painless causes: renal cell carcinoma (very unlikely at 18), arteriovenous malformation of the kidney or urinary tract.
You need to see a urologist and likely have a benign cause. ...Read more
Gross hematuria for 6hrs. H/O bilat mild HDN & dysentery 1month ago. C/S neg. Usg ok. Creatinine 0.5. no pain or fever. Why doc doesn't do cystoscopy?
Hey doctor. Hope u will be fine...actually I wanted to discuss something about my father He has history of 3 years hematuria which is on and off with a gap of 1-2 months the hematuria is intial in the very beginning of urination with no pain and burning. H
I have microscopic hematuria with no pain or symptoms. My urine cystology is negative and abdomen and pelvic CT scan is normal. Should I be worried?
Probably not: Microscopic hematuria can also happen in young people who vigorously exercise such as runners. Just follow your doctors recommendations. ...Read more
Painless gross hematuria second time. Renal/bladder US normal. 1st time cleared after 3 days. MD now prescription antibiotics. No s/s of UTI. Any ideas?
Hematuria. Non- contrast Ct scan, urine cytology, cystoscopy all good. 2 painless non-obstructing stones in lower pole. Could I still have cancer?
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25 y.O. Female routine pap smear found microscopic hematuria. No pain, no symptoms, and nurse says no infection. What could be the cause?
Two different source: Microscopic hematuria describes that blood was found in the urine from the bladder. A routine pap smear tests the cervical cells found inside the vagina. The test and the results seem to be from two different sources. You should call your nurse and ask her to clarify the findings as well as the next step. ...Read more
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
Severe urinary urgency and frequency, lasting only a few hours and recurring every few weeks. Occasional incontinence and hematuria. Urine tests/culture are normal, no pain/burning. What could it be?
Need to see urolo:
Gist. Your symptoms are in many ways consistent with overactive bladder syndrome. It's possible that you always have microscopic hematuria. At any rate, you do need a full urological evaluation to determine the exact diagnosis.
www. Nafc. Org/bladder-bowel-health/types-of-incontinence/...
Read about the causes, prevalence, and treatment options for urge incontinence from nafc. ...Read more
Dosctor actually my father has 3 years of hematuria which is on and off with a gap of 1-2 months the hematuria is intial in the very beginning of urination with no pain and burning. He has done almost all investigations including CTKUB urine cytology for m
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
Hematuria.: Blood in the urine, or hematuria, in the absence of infection, is abnormal and should be worked up. First, a urinary infection must be ruled out. Red cells are common in this setting. If there is no infection, further evaluation is needed to find the source. Work with your doctor to make sure you find a cause, or rule out the more worrisome ones. ...Read more
Hi. I have a very light blood in urine, no pain, went for ultrasound and nothing is wrong. What could this be?
For a man: stone, urinary tract infection, cancer, heavy exercise, enlarged prostate, kidney disease, unexplained.
For a woman: urinary tract infection, stone, cancer, contamination with period, urethritis,
kidney disease, unexplained
recommend: further evaluation with cystoscopy by a urologist. ...Read more
Right below belly button, center & right abdomen feel very hard when I lay down on bed & press. Left side is soft. No pain. No blood in urine. Help!
Non-specific symptom: "hard" could mean gas, or stool (if you are constipated). There is likely no connection to your urinary system. If your symptoms persist then please seek medical evaluation. ...Read more
Fever and took panadol twice. Masturbated and saw little blood in urine. Later I pressed nothing was there. No pain as well. M scared?
I am facing intermittant blood in urine appearing usually at the finish time. Been treated with antibiotics but it bounces back. Enhanced water intake?
Went to dr, I have to see radiology and urology, what does it mean to have blood in urine, elevated red blood cells. But no pain when urinanating.?
I have frequent urination, negative urinalysis, blood in urine and some leakage, no pain while urinating what could cause these symptoms?
Many possible causes: If you have blood in your urine I wouldn't call it a negative urinalysis. Your symptoms could be caused by a number of conditions of the urinary or genital tract, including kidney or bladder cancer, stones, interstitial cystitis, even a sexually transmitted disease. I recommend that you see your doctor for more testing. ...Read more