Can lower abdomen pain and blood in urine be caused by a problem with womb/overys had bladder and kidneys checked there ok but still have pain regular?

Yes. Your symptoms of pain and blood in the urine is strongly suggestive of endometriosis in the bladder or more likely in the wall of the bladder. Sometimes this is not evident at the time of cystoscopy perhaps an MRI of the pelvis with a focus on the bladder would be helpful.

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Hard to figure out. what your question is. If you don't have kidney stones, which is most common reason for flank/ back pain and blood in urine, then infection and tumor must be ruled out. Please proceed to see a healthcare provider for proper diagnosis and treatment. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. Read more...

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