If you passed a kidney stone is it normal to pee blood again if you don't have periods anymore?

Maybe. If you had blood during and immediately after the stone episode, you may pee blood. This should resolve and if it continues, you should see your primary doctor or urologist to make sure something more serious isn't the cause.
Never normal. It is never normal to pass blood in the urine. It could be a sign of underlying urinary tract problem. These include stones, infection, or cancer. Blood could also be from the female organs as well. You need to be evaluated by your medical doctor and possibly a urologist/gynecologist to make sure you don't have more stones or something more serious.

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I had a kidney stone and a double-j stent. After some work on the car I pee blood. Is that normal?

Blood in urine. Any blood in the urine is not normal. However, after stone removal and double stent, some blood in the urine may simply reflect bruising and trauma. I think a look to see if a stone remnant might still be lingering is a good thing to do. Ultrasound can be a sufficient test. Be sure you drink 3 liters of fluid per day. Be sure you drink lots of lemonade and lemon extract. Read more...

Have a kidney stone, when I first started to pee blood few months ago I was taking lialda which im about to take again. Can lialda cause kidney stones?

Unlikely. Mesalazine can produce some kidney problems ( allergic nephritis ) but not reported to be a cause of renal stones. Regional ileitis can by a different mechanism. If stones recur see a nephrologist for a chemical analysis of the urine to see if you have secondary hyperoxaluria. Read more...
Side effects. I am not aware of Lialda being a cause of kidney stones. It is known to cause a different kind of kidney disease condition called "nephrotic syndrome", but not stones. Read more...

Went to ER for severe lower right ab pain and back pain. Dr said I had kidney stone and hematuria. Did urine and blood tests only but no cat scan, why?

See answer. Though symptoms and u/a may be suggestive, one cannot reliably make the diagnosis of a kidney stone without some type of an imaging study (kub, ultrasound, ct) with a non-contrast ct scan being the most accurate and reliable imaging study to determine the presence, location, and size approximation of a stone as well as to potentially rule out other causes of pain and hematuria. Read more...

I have gross hematuria. I think I passed a kidney stone since it's did not show on the last ultrasound. How long does the blood show after stone pass?

Possible. You might have passed it if you did not restrain the urine , then bleeding will stop. drink plenty of fluids Call your urologist , bleeding may be due to some other reason. Read more...
Afew days but. The stoen may have passed but continued blood could indicate another stone of some other reason. Yoy need to discuss this with your physician. Read more...

Whats the best way to detect kidney stone? I had hematuria RBC of 20-23 in my urine. But my uzd shows normal.

Ct scan. Ct scan is the best, most sensitive test. Plain xrays detect most stones since they have calcium. Ultrasound detects most large stones but may miss small stones. High def ultrasound is good also. The radiation exposure with a ct can be decreased by performing a stone study and evaluating only the kidney, reuters and bladder. Read more...