While peeing blood is not the most enjoyable topic to talk about, it is something that needs to be dealt with quickly, and may lead to serious issues. The medical term for blood in pee is hematuria. This occurs due to complications in the urinary system, which may include the kidneys, bladder, ureters, and/or urethra.
There Is Some Good News!
Usually, this problem is caused by minor infections that have very easy cures. Many people are too embarrassed to consult the doctor about this problem. The good news is that, you don’t have to, at all!
It is quite easy to treat this problem on your own in a matter of days. You first have to determine what condition you have. The two conditions below are the most common causes of urinating blood, occurring in 98% of the cases.
Click on the Condition that more closely matches your Symptoms:
|Urinary Tract Infection||Kidney Stones|
|Blood in Pee:||Yes||Yes|
|Burning and Pain while Peeing:||Severe / Moderate||Less / None|
|Pain in the Lower Back:||Less / None||Severe (Irregular and Cramping)|
|Common after Sex:||Yes
|Nausea and/or Vomiting:||None||Common|
|Fever and/or Chills:||Possible||Rare|
|Gender:||More Common in Women||Both Men and Women|
|Increased Frequency and Urge to Pee:||Yes||Sometimes|
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Other (less common) Causes for Peeing Blood
While Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) and Kidney Stones are the most common reasons for blood in pee, the following conditions can cause that as well:
Injury – Only serious injuries would cause urinating blood so you would probably remember it. If your kidneys were severely injured from an accident or contact sports over the past week, this may be the cause. It shouldn’t cause for an alarm and will heal on its own, but if bleeding doesn’t stop in a few days, go see a doctor.
Cancer – Blood in pee may be a sign of bladder, kidney, or prostate cancer. This is more common for people over 50 years of age. Symptoms may vary and you are recommended to see a doctor.
Medications – Drugs that can cause noticeable urinary blood include penicillin, aspirin, the blood thinner heparin, and Cytoxan (the anti-cancer drug cyclophosphamide). Consult your doctor about how to proceed with those medications.
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