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blood stream in urine

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  • Posted By: anonymous559
  • February 13, 2007
  • 01:18 PM

Help, i was wondering if theres any type of tablet, i can buy at the drug store.......ive been having this problem since Dec 2006, still hurts, i even try using herbal stuff for yeast infection aka bladder infection........i was still having blood stream in urine....although it help me not have pain while urinating.............but something wasnt right, still need something to help me..........i drinked plenty of water/ could alcohol be another cause to it?...........im not sexually active much accept i had oral for the past 6 months with 3 different partners..................hmmmm

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  • You need to see a urologist and they can do a scope. This should take care of it. Maybe an antibiotic will help. Good luck.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • February 13, 2007
    • 01:41 PM
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  • Good morning. You really do need to see your GP for referral to a urologist as noted below.There are many conditions that cause blood in the urine including: urinary tract infection, bladder or kidney stone (I had this last Friday so I think you would know if you had this bcz the pain is worst than childbirth trust me), didney disease. Also some meds can cause blood in the urine such as: warfarin, aspirin, ibuprofen & naproxen.Simple test may be done to determine the cause of your problems including blood test, urinalysis or a CT scan to determine if your bladder or kidneys is the source.Please don't hesitate. Get on the phone today and make an appt. ASAP. The sooner you find out what's causing this, the less long term damage can be caused.Good luck....
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • February 13, 2007
    • 01:48 PM
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