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Negative Uti Increased Serum Wbc Hematuria
If intermittent terminal hematuria but both dipstick and microscopic urianalysis negative, and UTI ruled out, what else could it be?
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
20 weeks pregnant. Four rounds of antibiotics for uti. Dipstic showed WBC and blood in urine. Painful UTI symptoms. But culture is negative? What else
Uncle!SeeASpecialist: How frustrating!! Wow...First, some women can have symptoms but negative routine cultures which can either mean some non-infectious irritation for some reason or an"atypical"organism that requires a special culture &/or trial of an unusual antibiotic. Sometimes it's a problem in the urethra & not the bladder (irritative or infective). You might consider a Urologist especially since you're pregnant ...Read more
Only when laying down I have burning in my lower back but I have been having blood in urine but not everyday and tested negative for UTI what's wrong?
Back pain /hematuria: The symptom profile described could be associated with stones of the urinary tract or possibly a kidney infection. The negative urine makes an infection less likely, but an infected urine trapped behind a stone would not be detected. It would be wise for someone with those symptoms to be evaluated through the emergency department so rapid evaluation and initiation of treatment can be carried out. ...Read more
Had tingling sensation then blood in urine. Neg uti. Passed sac 4 wks later. Took neg hCG blood test 3 weeks later. Did I miscarry?
Please: Please see a doctor right away to get an accurate answer. ...Read more
Had blood in urine, no uti. Passed sac 4 weeks later w/white tissue. Took hCG blood test 3 weeks later was neg. had tingling sensation. Miscarriage?
Suspected UTI with blood in urine and breakthrough bleeding. Previous history of PID. Could I have PID again? STI test negative.
Hematuria: It is not clear as to whether the blood in your urine is actually from vaginal contamination of the specimen. It is always possible that you could have a STD, since if you are having unprotected sex this is always a risk. Do not know what test was negative, but would advise you to see a doctor, provide a full detailed history and be re-examined, diagnosed and treated if necessary. ...Read more
Pain in pubic bone & penis mainly pubic bone. No discharge or blood in urine. I got labs done for a UTI but came back negative. What can this be?
Had sepsis, blood in urine, urobilinogen level went from .2 to 2 in 2 hours. Dx of UTI, but urine culture came back negative. Any other ideas for dx?
Too complicated: There are too many possibilities and this sort of problem is too dangerous for an opinion on a forum like this. You'll have to keep working with the doctor responsible for your care. Good luck! ...Read more
SEVERE UTI-like symptoms for 2 yrs. Gyno: UTIs, STDs, STIs, & infections test neg. A lot of blood in urine. Urologist said everything is normal. How?!
Seek a second input: Hematuria is not normal. Your symptoms suggest the probability of a stone and or passing a stone. Would suggest getting an imaging if not done. Further more a full urine test would help. A bladder stone can cause UTI like symptoms. In rare cases interstitial cystitis can present like this but rare. Getting a kidney doctor to work up is the next best step. Best of luck hope you feel better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pelvic pain. Gential pain. Blood in urine. Tested negative kidney stones appendisitis.uti negitive. Bedwetting moderate.
Here are some ...: Depsite 31, any documented blood in urine - visible or invisible - should be evaluated with imaging studies for kidneys / ureters & cystoscopy for bladder & urethra, especially at NO UTI. Peliv & genital pains and bedwetting may be related but not with blood in urine except having severe bladder stone or bladder tumor. So, follow with a Uro-doc to plan how to assess & care for your concerns. ...Read more
Have pain every time i urinate, test negative for infections. I have UTI symptoms, flank pain, history of kidney stones but no blood in urine, help?!
May still be a UTI: Usually, pain on urination (dysuria) is a symptom of a UTI from which the offending bacteria can be grown from the urine. Less commonly dysuria can occur from the irritation of passing a kidney stone alone (i.e. Not a uti). In other situations, the laboratory can't isolate the microbe because it's too difficult to grow in culture (e.g. Chlamydia)- in that case, you may still actually have a uti. ...Read more
Frequent & irritable urination after sex. Found visible "blood" in urine.17day late period but Nurse Found no UTI/STD & Neg.Preg. Test. Wat r causes?
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?
A 2-3 years old boy not circumcise can this cause to having uti? And can it also cause having hematuria? At what age should a boy gets circumcised?
Uti associated: Circumcision is associated with significantly reduced risk of UTI . In U.S. Insurance has not been paying for circumcision for last twenty years. In males infections have subsequently increased 5x. Circumcision is easiest performed near birth but can be performed at older ages. Hematuria can be associated with cystitis or bladder infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I took four pregnancy tests, all a different brand, all positive.I also have a uti. I am unable to see if I have hematuria. Could this cause false pos?
No: uti will not cause false positive. Please see ob provider for evaluation. ...Read more
26 f, chronic microscopic hematuria & leukocytes in urine. Asymptomatic. Possible causes other than uti?
A long list ...: Asymptomatic microhematuria may be caused by: infection/inllammation, stones, neoplasms (tumors), & obstruction along the whole urinary tract; and chronic kidney diseases such as various nephropathy by DM, high BP, NSAIDS, certain antibiotics, etc. What to do with them? At least, get one thorough evaluation with CT.IVP + cystoscopy usually and not everyone, then follow up with Doc and cope wit ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When I am dehydrated I have severe burning and UTI symptoms as soon as I am hydrated it resolves. Could my chronic hematuria cause this pain?
Here are some ...: Personal experience and commonsense can do so much for our life like what you described. Of no doubt, the effect of changing concentration and pH of urine may reach the personal threshold of sensation in the lining mucosa of bladder & urethra. So, clinically, it is okay as long as having stable renal function on tests and no UTI. Clinically, chronic hematuria is probably not related with the pain ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
2 recent episodes of gross hematuria. Also 1 episode 10 months ago. No uti, no symptoms, no history of kidney disease. Female age 23. What could it be?
Have hematuria. Used OTC "azo test strips" to confirm uti. Do i need go dr for med or do OTC med help? It'll b few days b4 can c dr is that k?
Why do I still suffer with occasional burning urination and terminal hematuria? Seen urologist had cystoscopy no Uti everything normal.
Hematuria: This can occur from numerous things, including infection, stones, cancer, kidney disease or injury, medications and even strenuous exercise. Would strongly recommend seeing a nephrologist or good general internist for a full detailed evaluation. Cystoscopy is not a definitive procedure to exclude all causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
A urinary tract infection (often called UTI) is most commonly caused by bacteria and usually refers to an infection in the bladder. Not all bacteria that grows from the urine represents an infection, so the need for antibiotics is determined by your ...Read more