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Could bleeding in bottom cause blood in urine?

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Dr. Scott Wada
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Hemorrhoids

Blood in the urine is usually due to a urinary tract infection (UTI) or kidney stone, both of which usually cause pain.
Blood in the toilet, noticed after voiding , is sometimes related to hemorrhoids, anal fissures or vaginal bleeding, all common after recent childbirth. A urine specimen obtained by cather will help detect or rule out the source of the bleeding.

In brief: Hemorrhoids

Blood in the urine is usually due to a urinary tract infection (UTI) or kidney stone, both of which usually cause pain.
Blood in the toilet, noticed after voiding , is sometimes related to hemorrhoids, anal fissures or vaginal bleeding, all common after recent childbirth. A urine specimen obtained by cather will help detect or rule out the source of the bleeding.
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