Causes of blood in urine?

Infection, stone, or. The most common cause of blood in urine is a bladder infection. It may also be a sign of kidney stones. Rarely, if the blood is persistent in your urine, it could be bladder or kidney cancer. You should see a urologist if it doesn't go away.

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I was wondering what are the causes of blood in urine?

Hematuria . Any tumor of the urinary tract, stones, obstruction, uti's, medico renal diseases.. Read more...

What could cause mild blood in urine for more than 1 and a half months?

See a urologist. Blood in the urine could be caused by many things- the most common are- trauma, urinary tract infection , and stones in the urinary tract. However, cancer in the urinary tract such as bladder cancer, kidney cancer, etc-also commonly are presented with blood in the urine. Considering you have this problem for 6 weeks- you should see a urologist to have further evaluation- ct scan, cystoscopy etc. Read more...
Cancer. Need to be checked, very important to rule out cancer. Read more...

Cystitis does cause visible blood in urine?

It can. It is not unusual to have blood in the urine with a bladder infection. It should clear with treatment of the infection. If it does not then you should have it checked out as there are serious causes as well. Read more...
Yes but. Acute hemorrhagic cystitis(occurs in women)is a cause of bloody urine but it is best not to just assume it is cystitis.There will be urinary urgency,frequency,burning...etc.& will respond to antibiotic RX.If it is painless bleeding there are many causes from the bladder,ureters,kidneys...No space for details. It is best for you to see your doctor if you have bloody urine. Best wishes. Read more...

Can adhesions on/around the bladder cause trace blood in urine?

Blood in urine. Probably possible I suspect your surgery caused this to be. If persists and not yet evaluated by Urology have it checked. It is most likely incidental. Read more...

Could. Metformin HCl ER cause light blood. In urine?

Doubt it. You should have your liver enzymes, Lactic Acid level as well as your kidney function tests sent as bloodwork. I would also recommend a full urinalysis and urine culture. If the blood persists, you should be referred to a urologist. Read more...