Does STI cause blood in urine?

Possibly. It is possible for a sexually transmitted infection might cause microscopic blood in the urine, but any bleeding in the urine must be worked up to rule out such causes as stones, infection, and tumors.

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Could sti cause blood in urine and be missed in urine culture, which was negative? Urine showed infection markers but culture was neg -- worried sti

R/O STD. There is always a possibility of error which could come from a number of factors. If you are still concerned that the blood or urine tests failed to pick up an STD, you can have the tests done again or have them done by another lab, particularly if you are still symptomatic. Your physician can go over the benefits and limitations of each lab test. Have a great day. Read more...
Must look for it. A routine urine culture will never pick up the common STD's.These germs are identified by finding their genetic markers on special tests which must be ordered. If you didn't inform the doc or urgent care personnel of your concern they probably didn't look. Please go in and have them look for this specifically. Read more...
Hematuria. Blood in the urine is rarely due to STI. It could happen, but the main symptom of STI involving the urinary tract is urethriits, with abnormal discharge and often discomfort on urination, but no blood. However, with "infection markers" (WBC?), it is reasonable to test urine for STI, especially gonorrhea and chlamydia. But most likely it's something else, e.g. passing a stone. Keep working w/ MD. Read more...

Suspected UTI with blood in urine and breakthrough bleeding. Previous history of PID. Could I have PID again? STI test negative.

Hematuria. It is not clear as to whether the blood in your urine is actually from vaginal contamination of the specimen. It is always possible that you could have a STD, since if you are having unprotected sex this is always a risk. Do not know what test was negative, but would advise you to see a doctor, provide a full detailed history and be re-examined, diagnosed and treated if necessary. Read more...

SEVERE UTI-like symptoms for 2 yrs. Gyno: UTIs, STDs, STIs, & infections test neg. A lot of blood in urine. Urologist said everything is normal. How?!

Uti. If this has been going on for two years perhaps it is time to seek a second opinion from another urologist? Read more...
Seek a second input. Hematuria is not normal. Your symptoms suggest the probability of a stone and or passing a stone. Would suggest getting an imaging if not done. Further more a full urine test would help. A bladder stone can cause UTI like symptoms. In rare cases interstitial cystitis can present like this but rare. Getting a kidney doctor to work up is the next best step. Best of luck hope you feel better. Read more...

3mm stone show up on ultrasound, then I had a CT scan and it show no stones, so was the ultrasound wrong? Or other blood in urine and pain sti

Stone. Ct scan is much more sensitive than an ultrasound study for identifying smaller kidney stone. However due to recent concerns raised in the media about the radiation exposure from ct, many practitioners have gone toward using ultrasound as a first line study. Didn't understand the second half of your inquiry. www.peedoc.com @drhtay. Read more...

What is the maximum time an STD can be in your system before you expeirence systems? Expeirencing burning while urinating, discolored siemen, and blood in urine.

In . In some cases, people can be infected with an std and never develop symptoms. Your symptoms certainly sound like an std, though a urinary tract infection or prostatitis could cause the same pattern. You definitely need to be tested, because whether this is an std or not, it needs to be treated. Also, if you have one std, or have put yourself at risk for one by having unprotected sex, you may have others, including hepatitis and hiv. For your sake and those of your partners, get tested and start using condoms. Read more...
Each . Each sexually transmitted disease is different regarding the incubation period. Get checked by your doctor. After the type of sexually transmitted disease is determined, than the doctor can give you more information of the length of incubation. Read more...

All test for std's are neg, cystoscopy & X-ray neg! Sitting for long time irritates prostate or perineum & blood in urine/ semen occ. What do I do?

12 STDs. There are twelve stds. Some are bacterial, some are viral, etc. Prostatitis is, in general, not caused by stds. And many chronic prostatitis situations are not caused by infection. You may want to seek out online the natural approaches to managing chronic prostatitis. Or you may want to consult a urologist since the symptoms are persisting. I just want to point out that there are a lot more stds. Read more...