Urinary tract infection bleeding

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Avatar f tn 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?
Avatar n tn Painful urination is most often caused by an infection or inflammation somewhere in the urinary tract. This could be a bladder infection. A urinary tract infection, or UTI, is an infection that can happen anywhere along the urinary tract. Urinary tract infections have different names, depending on what part of the urinary tract is infected.
Avatar m tn 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.
Avatar n tn The infection can move up to your kidneys quite quickly. Urinary tract infection is not serious in females, but in males it is.
Avatar f tn Has anyone got a urinary tract infection during pregnancy? Was it uncomfortable and a little painful at times? once treated did the uncomfortablness go away? I think I have one I have a drs appt in 4 days is it safe to wait until then?
4251679 tn?1370305531 UTIs are exactly what their name describes. and infection in your urinary tract. its not in your vagina, however, ive always been told not to have sex while you have one because sex could be the cause of it. and its best to make sure its all better before introducing even more bacteria. Ive never heard of it being contagious, and dont think that it is, but ask your doctor. and ive also never had a cream to use, so im not sure what thats for.
Avatar n tn You may not even have to bring your dog in for an exam if the urine is positive for a simple urinary tract infection (an infection without crystals). The vet can simply give appropriate antibiotics. If your dog has crystals in his urine, the crystals would need to be identified and treatment instituted. Crystals can be dangerous in male dogs because if they become large enough they can become lodged in the urethra and cause blockage (even in dogs, though more common in male cats).
Avatar f tn I’m 20 years old. I have a urinary tract infection(coliform). A doctor prescribed Amoxicillin 625mg + Tamsulosin medicine for 10 days to me. I have a side effect after taking Tamsulosin (Retrograde ejaculation) or any other ejaculation problem. Is this normal or should I stop using Tamsulosin? Or will it (Retrograde ejaculation ) recover after stop using ten days? Should I keep getting Tamsulosin for 10 days or stop?
Avatar f tn How do you tell the difference between a urinary tract infection and yeast infectiy?
Avatar f tn Hi. The blood tinge that you observed after urinating could mean that your urinary tract infection has not fully resolved. Since you've had recurrent bouts of urinary tract infection, you really need to see a doctor so you can have a more thorough work up to find out if you have additional problems (e.g. urinary stones). Don't self-medicate, and go see a doctor as soon as possible.
Avatar f tn Hello, Hematuria or blood in the urine can be caused by bleeding from anywhere along the urinary tract. 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.
Avatar n tn I would def get checked out. It could be irritated from something as simple as toilet paper or it could be something as serious as a urinary tract infection or a std. I wouldn't wait! Good luck and best wishes to you! I hope you feel better soon.
Avatar f tn I would not mess around when you are too young to get yourself to the doctor when you get a bacterial vaginosis, urinary tract infection, or chlamydia. It's really easy to have problems like this that need medical attention. A urinary tract infection is very painful and can damage your kidneys. It is caused by bacteria getting into your urinary tract. The others are sexually transmitted infections that can lead to infertility.
Avatar n tn 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.
Avatar m tn Common reasons would include stones along the urinary tract and urinary tract infection. Less common causes would be malignancies involving any organ along the tract, diseases of blood and blood clotting, and immune-related disorders that damage the kidneys. Investigate also if it is really blood. Some patients who are taking certain medications may have urine discoloration and think that they are bleeding. Some drugs that affect blood clotting of course may produce bloody urine as well.
Avatar f tn Hi there, It needs to be determined if the bleeding is from vagina or urinary tract. If there is blood in the urine the possible causes are urinary tract infection, kidney stones, bladder infection, bladder stones etc.Bleeding from the vagina after sex should be taken seriously.PIDs,STIs,atrophic vaginitis,cervical or endometrial polyps, cervical erosions are few common causes of bleeding after sex.
Avatar n tn As far as the odor, i dont know exactly what could cause that, one possibility could be a urinary tract infection which is common among sexually active girls
Avatar f tn Hello, There are a few RBC’s in your urine. Microscopic hematuria can be due to urinary tract (bladder) infection, swelling in the filtering system of the kidneys ,stone in bladder or in a kidney, blood disease, like sickle cell anemia, certain medicines and tumors in the urinary tract. I suggest you to take opinion of your doctor who would do a clinical examination and advice for needful tests. I hope it helps.
18533109 tn?1465640552 Stones (calculi) are hard particle that form in the urinary tract and may cause pain, bleeding, or an infection or block of the flow of urine. can Urinary tract infection affected to the kidneys and may enlarge in a ureter or the bladder. so can , UTI causes of kidney stone??
Avatar m tn Hematuria or blood in the urine can be caused by bleeding from anywhere along the urinary tract. 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 if repeat happens then consult your Doctor so that further investigation can be done.
Avatar n tn After confirming the diagnosis of a urinary tract infection through urine tests, antibiotic treatment may be started. A urine culture and sensitivity test will determine the specific organism responsible as well as the antibiotic treatment. Drinking plenty of fluids also help. Take care and best regards.
Avatar m tn Hello, Hematuria or blood in the urine can be caused by bleeding from anywhere along the urinary tract. 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.