Urinary tract infection bleeding

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Im 90% sure that I have a urinary tract infection but I have additional symptoms that I dont usually have. My partner and I had sex several nights ago and I developed the usual symptoms: painful urination general discomfort frequent urination urine is cloudy and pink What is unusual is that I have clumps of something when I pee. They are pinkish is this a possible symptom that will pass just like the others?
The most common cause is an infection because of the inflammation in the urinary tract. Urinary stones can cause abrasion and irritation resulting in hematuria. Other possible cause is a kidney condition called glomerulonephritis. I would suggest that you consult your Doctor so further investigation can be done. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
i m getting recurrent urinary tract infection after sex.medications do work but after sometime it reuccurs.plzzz help.
Any bleeding while pregnant should be reported to your Dr to make sure the baby is alright. If the bleeding only happens when you urinate it could be a urinary tract infection. That would need to be treated by your Dr.
Well, it can be a urinary tract infection. It could be an STD but since you both are monogamous it is more likely a UTI.Generally they will give you antibiotics for it if the urine test is positive. You can try drinking lots and lots of cranberry juice (I actually cured my UTI with cranberry juice) and water for a couple of days and see if it gets better. I am talking about two or three liters a day for a couple of days. If it doesn't work you will need to get tested.
well this month i stoped taking my birth control and since friday i feel like i have a urinary tract infection so i had to pee and there was a light blooding like stuff on the toilet paper. and it is not time for my period. that has already came and gone. should i go to the doctor?
What comes to mind initially with blood in the urine is a urinary tract infection, although this could be symptomatic of other conditions such as kidney stones, as well as malignancy (cancer). Bleeding from the nipples, could be due to several conditions, however, without evaluation it is impossible to say what is going on.
They can also check and make sure that you do not have a urinary tract infection that is causing the bleeding. Call your ob and let them know. Good luck.
Blood from the penis could be due to a urinary tract infection (bladder or kidneys), prostate infection or cancer, trauma to the penis, or infection of the penile sheath. In other words an infection or inflammation anywhere along the plumbing leading to the penis can be the cause. A culture and sensitivity performed on a flush of your dog's penis or his urine may be the best option. An X-Ray and/or Ultrasound of his penis, prostate, bladder and kidneys may also help.
If the blood is in her urine, she has a urinary tract infection which your vet can help to resolve Dr Carol Osborne, DVM
However, it is a good idea to let your ob/gyn know about this just in case. Also, if the blood is in your urine, you may have a urinary tract infection. This would need to be treated with an antibiotic. So be sure to contact your doctor and let him/her know. Also, make sure you schedule your first prenatal visit! Good luck.
Had a scan at our IVF clinic today. We could see 2 heart beats so we are over the moon. Nerves are wrecked though lol.
Hi there, Urinary catheter used to relive the bladder may sometimes cause urinary tract infection. There can be several reasons of spotting after an IVF transfer. It can be due to implantation. Implantation spotting occurs when the embryo burrows into the uterine lining and implants. It is usually light pink or light brown and lasts for a day or so. In few women who have not conceived it can also be the beginning of period. This is only speculation.
This might be what your experiencing especially since you have no pain. This symptom also could be a sign of a urinary tract infection. I recommend a visit to your gynecologist to rule out anything more serious. Good luck!
I have had kidney stones removed surgically on three occasions over the past ten years. Each time the Dr. has left a stent in my urinary tract. The first two times the stent had a string attached to it. When the stent was removed it caused minimal discomfort. The third time which was perfomed recently, the Dr. said he preferred not to attach a string to the stent. I agreed, not knowing that I was agreeing to a procedure that was infinitely different from my previous experiences.
Hello, The symptoms that you are having can be due to urinary tract infection or kidney,ureteric or urinary bladder diseases like stones,growths etc. When the blood in the urine is at the beginning of urination, it most likely comes from the urethra, (the tube from the bladder to the outside). Blood throughout urination is most likely from the bladder or kidneys or ureters (the tubes connecting the kidneys and the bladder).
Hi, How are you? Urinary tract infection may present with painful urination, urinary frequency and urgency, back or abdominal pain and even fever. Presence of blood in the urine or hematuria may suggest bleeding along the urinary tract and may also be due to kidney or bladder stones. If the symptoms persist or recurs, further evaluation may need to be done. Urine tests as well as additional diagnostic tests may also be done. Take care and hope all is well. Do keep us posted and best regards.
Severe urinary tract infections can cause bleeding when you pee and very bad pain and or tenderness in the kidney region. Do you have a fever associated with any of this? I hope you feel better.
Urinary bleeding can come from a urinary tract infection. Blood in the stool comes from a number of different causes. If you are experiencing both of these, you need to check with your doc.
From what you have described, you don't have any of the symptoms of an infection. No fever, chills, or abnormal bleeding. The fullness and back pain may be related to the procedure. I would follow your doctors advice. See what your blood work shows on Monday. If you do develop a fever, chills or have unusual bleeding, do not hesitate to call your doctor. If your symptoms persist, you might want to ask for a urine test to be sure that you don't have a urinary tract infection. Good luck.
That same day just about a half hour later I started having signs of a a urinary tract infection. August 11th I started having pains in my lower abdominal area and left side of back. August 12th I woke up at 6am in sooo much pain and went to the hospital. They said for a fact I have a uti and it went to my kidneys and I have a kidney infection too. I left after 4 hours there, and got my pills and been sleeping most of yesterday and today.
Hi and thanks for using the forum. With pregnancy, anything is possible. So, you can take a pregnancy test (once you are due for your next period) if your period does not come in the next 1 1/2 - 2 weeks. It would be too early to test any sooner than that. There are other possibilites for the cause of this spotting including an "off" period, a urinary tract infection or some vaginal irritation. Wait and see what happens with your next period and go from there. Good luck.
It's pink bleeding this time. I had a urine last time when it was brown and it was all clear.
Urinalysis and urine culture are definitive diagnosis of a urinary tract infection. This may respond well to antibiotic management. The choice of drug and length of treatment depend on your medical history and the urine tests that identify the offending bacteria. Many doctors prescribe antibiotics for a week or two to ensure that the infection has been cured. Other tests such as intravenous pyelogram may also be indicated. Take care and do keep us posted.
First it is entirely possible to get afib via gas bloat and other stomach and digestive tract disorders. If your stomach and digestive tract is as described then you must have inflamation. All this inflamation and bloat and gas will push up on your diaphram and surrounding areas and cause great discomfort and pain but also can press upon nerves.
Hello, There can be many causes of bleeding from urethra. It can be due to Urinary tract infection, urethral trauma, meatitis or inflammation of the urethral meatus, urethra foreign body, stones in urinary tract, urethral calculus and benign and malignant growths in the urinary tract. There are some onvetsigations required like Urinalysis, Urine culture, X-rays of the kidneys, Cystoscopy, IVP, Abdominal ultrasound and CT scan of the abdomen. My sincere advice is to consult a urologist.
Chris; Stuff like that can occur in prostate or urinary tract infections. It's called frank hematuria, and there are a whole host of things that could cause it, including prostatitis or prostate infections. I'd say it's not something to lose a ton of sleep over, but you should definitely follow up with your doctor. They can do a quick urine test to see if you are still bleeding.
You could also have UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) Which would need you to see a doctor, other wise if you don't get if fixed it culd go to your Kidneys and that very bad... Can I ask, does it hurt at the end of peeing? Do you feel like you have pee alot? and when you do pee is it just a little.. if you have these sypmtoms you shoudl see a doctore, otherwise wait a while and let yoru self heal, and see from there..
Could be Urinary tract or kidney infection and maybe even a yeast infection either way you slice it it needs medical attention.
It may be a urinary tract infection and not "period" blood. The vulva and the urethra are located close together in the dog and it is difficult to distinguish the cause of the bleeding. Please bring a fresh urine sample to the vet to make sure that she doesn't have a urinary tract infection. This is not a costly test. And many antibiotics that effectively treat urinary tract infections are not expensive.
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