Can the stomach flu cause blood in urine?

YES. Blood in the urine should never be ignored. While many causes are benign, it is often the only warning sign one gets of urinary malignancy. Gastroenteritis does not cause blood in the itinerary tract. See a urologist for evaluation.

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I was vomiting last night from what I believe to be the stomach flu. I had a small amount of blood come up with the vomit. Then 20hrs later, red urine?

Hematuria. it is difficult to tell the cause, but anytime one has unexpected blood in the urine, it should be checked out by your physician. I would try to see your doctor as soon as possible or go to an urgent care center. Do not ignore this. Good luck. Read more...

I am 34 wks preg and have a reg appt Wed with my ob. I just recently got over a stomach bug, now visable blood in urine. Is this ok to wait till appt?

Call your OB. Blood in the urine could be a sign of a urinary tract infection, which is a serious thing in pregnancy. Please call you Obstetrician today. You may need to get evaluated before your scheduled appointment. Read more...

I've been sick for 2 days with stomach flu, I've been laying down all day and all of a sudden I taste blood in my throat, what would cause this?

You may have. stomach contents refluxing into your throat. I wouldn't be sure that it was blood if not visualized. If you vomit up dark, coffee ground like material, black vomitus or gross red blood - then please seek immediate medical attention. Take care. Read more...

My 15 yr old daughter is complain of it hurting when she urinates also has blood in urine upset stomach and fever?

It is likely UTI. Urinary tract infection(UTI) most often bladder infection(Cystitis) causes pain on urination. It is often accompanied by more frequent urge to urinate for small amounts of urine.Cystitis) can also lead to blood in the urine. She needs to drink extra fluids to reduce the pain, but will also need antibiotics to control her bladder infection. She needs to see a doctor ASAP, either go to ER/ or PCP. Read more...

I had stomach flu about a month ago. Just after the stomach flu, I noticed my urine started to have a layer of white haziness on top.?

Likely unrelated. I think is just coincidence and they probably have nothing to do to each other, but you can take your urine for examination or culture for chlamidia or other pathogen. Read more...

How serum creatinine in blood is brought to normal, if it was high when you had stomach flu?

Hydration. In most cases, the elevation in creatinine is caused by dehydration due to nausea and/or vomiting, so the answer is rehydration. Sports drinks or soup broth are more effective than water alone. Less commonly, the dehydration can cause more serious kidney injury that may not get better quickly with rehydration. Medical therapy is required in such cases. Read more...
Rehydration. Your kidney functions often worsen while sick, generally due to dehydration. Particularly if you are vomiting, having diarrhea, or both. Increasing your oral fluid intake will help dramatically to improve your renal function. Read more...

Son with biliary atresia had an u/s. 3 weeks post stomach flu; pre cold. Showed some enlargement of abdominal nodes. Doc wants ldh blood test and u/s in 6 wks. Wouldn't it show if they were reactive?

Lymph nodes. Lymph nodes vary in size with illness and also for not discernable reason whatever. Ldh is old-fashioned for liver but i trust other liver function tests are being assayed as well. Glad junior's being treated; ultrasounds and lab work aren't going to do any harm. Best wishes. Read more...
Depends. Ultrasound can show enlarged lymph nodes but cannot qualitatively determine cause or if reactive versus other cause. Read more...

My child had bad stomach flu and her glucose blood level was 135. Can being sick make it high? Is. 135 a concern after not eating and throwing up?

Normal body response. When you are sick, your body secretes certain hormones in response to the stress on the body, including steroids. This will cause a rise in the blood glucose, even if the child hasn't been eating. It is totally normal and expected. She is not diabetic and nothing to worry about. Read more...