Blood in Urine Cystitis
Blood in urine in a female has many of the same causes as blood in urine in a male with a few exceptions such as a statistically higher chance of urinary tract infection also called cystitis.[more]
Blood in Urine Kidney Stones
Blood in urine in females may be easily seen or invisible and it may be brought on by a cancerous tumor or kidney stones (above) or bladder stones.[more]
Blood in Urine Cancer
The female urinary system (above) may have cancer, infection, or trauma in any organ and the common symptom for most of them is blood in urine, either microscopic hematuria or gross hematuria. [more]
Blood in Urine Female
Blood in urine female – Blood in urine in a female has many of the same causes as blood in urine in a male with a few exceptions such as a statistically higher chance of urinary tract infection also called cystitis. Urinating blood is more often than not an indicator of a problem in the urinary system that includes the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and the urethra. Another problem that is specific to women is a dropped bladder or bladder prolapse. This occurs when the tissues that support the bladder weaken and gives way, the bladder slides through the once supporting tissues and repositions into the vagina. This may require prolapse surgery to lift the bladder back into its proper position.
Blood in urine in females may be just a side effect of menstruation and will disappear after menstruation. Let your doctor know if you are having your period if you are asked to give a urine specimen. Telling your doctor if you have had blood in the urine is important as it may be a sign of cancer. Unfortunately the color of urine may not look like blood, the urine may look a little dark, tea colored, cloudy, or even clear light yellow and still have blood in it that is caused by a serious condition. This is why your medical doctor takes a urine specimen every year even though you have no medical symptoms. Blood and urine specimens can reveal many pre-diseases and active diseases in the body. Every day more and more molecular signatures in blood and urine tests are revealing both early intervention and late disease profiles. Medicine is improving very rapidly and the doctors at the world renowned Miami Urology Centers are upgrading their digital biometric profiles when diagnosing symptoms of kidney cancer and biometric profiles that may indicate genetic risk factors and signs of prostate cancer, for men, as science meets clinical medicine on a daily basis.
Blood in urine female symptoms are only useful if they are accurately described to the medical professional in a timely manner. Tracking any kidney symptoms such as back pain and blood in urine, as well as describing each incident, can go a long way in giving the doctor the information they need to make a faster and more accurate diagnosis. Women with blood in urine may also have disorders of the bladder such as bladder tumors, diverticula, fistula, and trauma.
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