Information and blood in the urine?

Reddish vs red drops. How it looks makes a difference here. The best way to get information is to give details to provider and get urine studies. Typically blood in the urine is associated with a bladder infection. There are other causes from common contamination (like during a period) to unusual conditions mentioned by the other doctors answering this. The only way to know if there is a problem, what to do = see a doc.
Abnormal. Briefly:- Bright red hematuria is usually from lower urinary tract, bladder downwards.Common with UTI & usually associated w. Pain & burning on urination. Sign of possible cancer anywhere from kidney to urethra, microscpiv hemuria, not seen with naked eye can also be due to cancer, interstitial cystitis, nephritis or kidney or bladder stone. Brown hematura esp. W. Proteinuria suggestive of renal disease.
What is the question. Hello lbrian89. It sounds like you have blood in your urine. What information are you looking for? The causes are numerous. Age and gender are important. It can be as simple as a urinary tract infection, or a serious as bladder or other cancers.
Blood in the URINE. Blood in urine can be gross(visible)or microscopic (more than3to5 red blood cells per high power field when viewed under gagnification) called hematuria gross hematuria can vary in colour from pink to bright red.Gross hematuria usually present to the doctor as a complaint, but mocroscopic is seen in urune test. Causes are infections, stones, tumours, bodys clotting system or blood thinner drugs.

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