Can UTI symptoms without burning be caused by endmetriosis, as my natropath suggested?

Sounds possible. It is possible for endometriosis tissue to be attached to the outside surface of the bladder, and cause bleeding and inflammation there each month. The inflammation possibly could irritate the bladder wall all the way to the inside surface and cause UTI symptoms. The bladder is a bag, with the urine on the inside, so the outside surface is where endometriosis tissue in the abdomen can attach to.

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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?

No. Chronic hematuria does not cause pain per say. But if you have interstitial cystitis, which can cause hematuria, you have pain from cystitis. Several other diagnoses will do this. However, concentrated urine is more liikely to cause a bladder mucosa sensitized by some other process to cause discomfort. Read more...
Concentrated urine. Dehydration means that your urine will be very concentrated, either acid or alkaline. Would suggest you maintain adequate hydration to dilute your urine to non-symptomatic levels. Also discuss with the nephrologist, who should be monitoring your hematuria, for appropriate substance to ingest to convert your urine ph to or close to neutral. Good luck. Read more...
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 more...