Blood in urine two weeks after bladder biopsy - normal?

Biopsy scab. Bleeding 10 days to 2 weeks after biopsy is common and usually reflects sloughing of the scab formed when the biopsy was taken. It usually is a self limited process (resolves on its own) unless the biopsy was from a tumor, in which case the bleeding will be more unpredictable.

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I had a bladder biopsy done a month a go, everytime I do some lifting I see blood on my urine, why?

Bladder Biopsy. The biopsy could have been performed because you had experienced unrelenting signs of an infection, or, unlikely at your age, there was concern about a tumor. The connection of gross hematuria (blood) to lifting may reflect that the site of the biopsy hasn't healed quite yet, but continued bleeding suggests that the original problem hasn't been diagnosed yet. I would follow up with your urologist. Read more...

Cystoscope showed red areas biopsy was taken does this mean bladder cancer, had a lot of pain & blood in urine?

No. You need to get results from the Dr of the biopsy. Clearly something is wrong and needs Dx and Tx, but don't jump to the cancer fear. Call now for support and explanation and even Rx to deal w/ pain and anxiety while you await Dx. I hope you get reassurance and good care. Best! Read more...
Red areas in bladder. 48F from England has cystoscopy and Bx of red areas. Asks: Does this mean bladder cancer? Had lots of pain and blood in urine. ANS: at your age not likely and the Bx will tell. So wait till it comes back. Wha did the Dr. think it was? Read more...