What would cause of blood in urine for woman?

UTI. The cause of blood in urine is really the same in both women and men-except for a couple of differences- 1. In woman- sometimes, you can have contamination from menstrual blood- if you don't use the proper way to collect your urine. 2. Due to anatomy different in male/female- urinary tract infection is more common in women than men. Blood in urine can be caused by infection, inflammation, stone etc.

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Possible causes of low back pain, micro blood in urine in healthy, 32 y/o non-smoking woman? Had CT of kidnys and it was normal. Meds for inf not work.

Hematuria. Your hematuria (h) does not seem to be due to a lesion in your kidneys. Do you have a urinary tract infection (uti)? Your statement, "meds for not not work work", implies that you may have one. If you have no uti, you may need a cystoscopy to see if your bladder is the source of your h. A urologist can do this test. If negative, you may have a glomerulonephritis causing your h, see a nephrologist. Read more...

GFR 43, Creatine 1.22, 2 +blood in urine but the blood is going on for years and years. Is this okay for a 73 year old woman?

Not exactly. You should consult a nephrolgist, kidney doctor, to make sure that kidney function does not get worse. You may have an other good 30 years to go and you should take care of your kidneys. Some of the medications you are taking may not be good for your kidneys, so to reiterate, please consult a specialist. Read more...
Follow it. Keep your blood pressure under control. With a stable course as you describe, I would doubt you will have serious kidney problems in the coming decades. A creatinine of 1.2 isn't uncommon in women your age and most do not have trouble. Read more...

76 year old woman with blood in urine cat scan normal, blood work normal?

Bladder. Even though ct scan is normal, you should go see an urologist. It could be a simple urinary tract infection but could also be a bladder problem. Hope this helps. Read more...

Micro blood in urine- 250+ result. Nurse said it was max. Dad had bladder cancer. Does this indicate cancer? 32y/o woman who has never smoked.

Recheck your urine. Also go see your doctor. You should start with an examination by your primary care doctor. A urologist may be needed to do cystoscopy if the blood in the urine persists and a bladder infection has been ruled out and treated with antibiotics. Read more...
Micro hematuria. Microhematuria in a 32-year-old female who has never smoked is not very likely to be due to bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is not really genetic in nature. Despite that, you should have a hematuria workup which would include imaging of your kidneys as well as a cystoscopy and a variety of possible urine studies. Read more...

Is blood in urine 7mm3 worrisome for a 65 years old woman? Urine test, culture, CT scan of bladder, all came out negative. Wha t else could it be?

Need cytoscopy. Blood in urine, if found repeatedly, warrants evaluation by a urologist. A urologist will usually do a test called a cystoscopy, in which the doctor looks directly at the inside of your bladder with a tiny microscope. If the lining of the bladder is inflammed, then the problem could be hemorrhagic cystitis. The urologist can also rule out bladder cancer with cystoscopy. Read more...
Hematuria. The work up should inculde a Urinalysis with C&S, CT Urogram (to assess the whole collecting system including the kidneys and ureters and bladder and Urethra), and finally a Cystoscopy which will asses the superior aspect of the Bladder that may not be completely visualized on the CT Urogram. If all these tests come back normal, may be simple irritation of the urethra or somewhere else to monitor. Read more...
See my comment. She needs to have a visual look into her bladder (cystoscopy) to rule out tumor. Read more...

Healthy 32 yr old woman, no drink/no smoking. Have red and white blood in urine and back pain. Plain X-ray seems normal. Chance of cancer? Low back pn

Urinary. Tract or kidney infection is a more likely explanation for the back pain with the urine WBC and rbc findings. Talk to your doctor to get this treated. Read more...
Probably not. Sounds more like a kidney stone or an infection than cancer; more tests should be done, an xray will not give very much information in this situation. Read more...