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I am a female, I have had blood in my urine the past few days. I dt take meds, drink, smoke or do drugs. Any ideas?

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Dr. Rabii Madi
Urology
7 doctors agree

In brief: Hematuria

Blood in the urine or hematuria might come from different reasons such as kidney stone, urinary tract infection, .
. In many cases, no etiology is identified. However, hematuria might be a sign of serious diseases like bladder or kidney cancer. Hematuria has to be investigated by a urologist.

In brief: Hematuria

Blood in the urine or hematuria might come from different reasons such as kidney stone, urinary tract infection, .
. In many cases, no etiology is identified. However, hematuria might be a sign of serious diseases like bladder or kidney cancer. Hematuria has to be investigated by a urologist.
Dr. Rabii Madi
Dr. Rabii Madi
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6 doctors agree

In brief: See your PMD or uro

Blodd can be in the urine for many different reasons including infections, stones, bladder cancer, and kidney cancer.
Your physician will obtain the necessary lab and radiologic testing that is required. A urologist will perform a cystoscopy. This testing should be done as soon as possible.

In brief: See your PMD or uro

Blodd can be in the urine for many different reasons including infections, stones, bladder cancer, and kidney cancer.
Your physician will obtain the necessary lab and radiologic testing that is required. A urologist will perform a cystoscopy. This testing should be done as soon as possible.
Dr. Howard Adler
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Dr. Kevin Griffiths
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
2 doctors agree

In brief: Not sure

You have a condition called hematuria (blood in the urine).
The most common cause is a urinary tract infection. Other causes are kidney stones and tuberculosis. More serious causes are sickle cell, IgA nephropathy or thin basement membrane disease. Suggest you should see your primary care doctor as your hematuria is persistent.

In brief: Not sure

You have a condition called hematuria (blood in the urine).
The most common cause is a urinary tract infection. Other causes are kidney stones and tuberculosis. More serious causes are sickle cell, IgA nephropathy or thin basement membrane disease. Suggest you should see your primary care doctor as your hematuria is persistent.
Dr. Kevin Griffiths
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