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Is there a single disease that could cause tiredness, a lot of weight loss, nausea, and bloody urine?
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Dr. Vasu Brown
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In brief: Yes
Need medical evaluation to make sure there is no lifethreating condition like cancer, infection, stones.

In brief: Yes
Need medical evaluation to make sure there is no lifethreating condition like cancer, infection, stones.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Dr. Vasu Brown
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In brief: No
There are a number of conditions that may lead to this combination of symptoms and signs.
The most worrisome would be some sort of maligancy in the genito-urinary tract. This could include kidney, ureter, bladder (for both men and women) and prostate (in men). Any patient with these symptoms should see a physician urgently so that a diagnosis may be made and treatment may begin.

In brief: No
There are a number of conditions that may lead to this combination of symptoms and signs.
The most worrisome would be some sort of maligancy in the genito-urinary tract. This could include kidney, ureter, bladder (for both men and women) and prostate (in men). Any patient with these symptoms should see a physician urgently so that a diagnosis may be made and treatment may begin.
Dr. Howard Adler
Dr. Howard Adler
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