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Blood in urine. Some pain in urethra?

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Dr. Bahman Omrani
Pain Management
2 doctors agree

In brief: Gross hematuria

Gross hematuria (visible blood in the urine) along with flank pain in a 50-year-old male can have more than one cause.
Infection along the the urogenital system & kidney stones are the most common. Other things such as malignancy and a ruptured cyst are also possible. A red urine may not always be blood & "urethra pain" may not be urethra pain. A doctor should be consulted for these symptoms.

In brief: Gross hematuria

Gross hematuria (visible blood in the urine) along with flank pain in a 50-year-old male can have more than one cause.
Infection along the the urogenital system & kidney stones are the most common. Other things such as malignancy and a ruptured cyst are also possible. A red urine may not always be blood & "urethra pain" may not be urethra pain. A doctor should be consulted for these symptoms.
Dr. Bahman Omrani
Dr. Bahman Omrani
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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice

In brief: Urinary Infection

Given your age there is more of an urgency about this.
The common reasons for blood in the urine include kidney stones, infection in the bladder, the prostate, or the urethra. If you are a smoker then renal cell carcinoma has to be on the list. And, then there are the worries about a possible prostate tumor. Please get to see your family doctor soon.

In brief: Urinary Infection

Given your age there is more of an urgency about this.
The common reasons for blood in the urine include kidney stones, infection in the bladder, the prostate, or the urethra. If you are a smoker then renal cell carcinoma has to be on the list. And, then there are the worries about a possible prostate tumor. Please get to see your family doctor soon.
Dr. Robert Killian
Dr. Robert Killian
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Dr. Lane Childs
Urology

In brief: Needs evaluation

Gross hematuria or visible blood in the urine, may be caused by infections, stones, obstructions, and cancers.
Proper testing and evaluation is indicated, so check with your doctor right away.

In brief: Needs evaluation

Gross hematuria or visible blood in the urine, may be caused by infections, stones, obstructions, and cancers.
Proper testing and evaluation is indicated, so check with your doctor right away.
Dr. Lane Childs
Dr. Lane Childs
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