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Micro blood in urine and left side back pain, can it be related?

Micro blood in urine and left side back pain, can it be related?

Urine in blood: Could be kidney stones, urinary infection, renal cysts. I would see your physician to get evaluated and treatment. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Michaels
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Blood In Urine (Definition)

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


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Extreme back pain on left side. Throwing up. Pressure to pee, but can't. Saw blood in urine a few days back. Smelly urine when able to urinate. ?

Extreme back pain on left side. Throwing up. Pressure to pee, but can't. Saw blood in urine a few days back. Smelly urine when able to urinate. 
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Seek urgent care: Your description is concerning for kidney infection as a complication of UTI or infected kidney stone. This can progress rapidly and you need emergent evaluation. ...Read more

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I had left back pain radiating to my groin that was severe for 45 min. Later i had lots of blood in urine which is getting less and less.

I had left back pain radiating to my groin that was severe for 45 min. Later i had lots of blood in urine which is getting less and less.

Kidney stone: This a classic story of a kidney stone. A kidney stone scan will be done to document whether the stone is still in the urinary tract and whether it is passable. Strain your urine to capture any stones so they can be analyzed. If no stone is passed a urologist should be consulted. ...Read more

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Severe lower back pain radiating through sides and sides of belly. Blood in urine early today. Period ended 2 days ago. What could this be?

Severe lower back pain radiating through sides and sides of belly. Blood in urine early today. Period ended 2 days ago. What could this be?

Infection or stone: You likely have a kidney stone, though a urinary tract infection can cause similar symptoms, especially if tracking up from the bladder to the kidney(s). I think you should see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more

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Cat scan shows kidney stones in both kidneys. Largest 10mm right side. Had on and off dull low back pain and blood in urine. Can they cause damage?

Cat scan shows kidney stones in both kidneys. Largest 10mm right side. Had on and off dull low back pain and blood in urine. Can they cause damage?

Yes: If the kidney stone blocks the flow of urine from the kidney, you can get permanent kidney damage, but that can take weeks to happen and is associated with severe pain. Also, kidney stones can become infected from pyelonephritis (kidney infection - not a typical urinary tract infection (uti)) and be challenging to treat. Please see your health care provider and consider a referral to urology. ...Read more

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8wk postpartum hypertension 165/123 blood in urine no infection. Referral to urologist ?? Cause lower back pain & Cesarian scar pain R side US normal

8wk postpartum hypertension 165/123 blood in urine no infection. Referral to urologist ?? Cause lower back pain & Cesarian scar pain R side  US normal

BP Rx needed: First of all, you need to have your obvious hypertension treated with medication. Secondly, have your OB GYN search for answers as to why you are still having pain 2 months post partum C/S which is not normal. The back pain may be related to the blood in your urine, wither with a urinary tract infection/pyelonephritis or a complication/cause of the hypertension. A Urologist is a good idea. ...Read more

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What to do for microscopic hematuria with abdominal and back pain?

What to do for microscopic hematuria with abdominal and back pain?

Hematuria: Having done urine exam where you were told you have microscopic hematuria, and with the pain you have, you need to consult your pcp who would explore & find out where this is coming from, whether your kidneys, bladder or urinary tract or effect of some medication. ...Read more

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

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Pain In The Back (Definition)

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