Blood in your urine is called hematuria. Drink water if you have blood in your urine, but see your doctor as well. Read more: What Should I Drink if I Have Blood in My Urine? Article
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Conditions That Can Cause Blood In Your Urine
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Blood in Urine
Blood in the urine is termed hematuria. Hematuria, whether it be gross or microscopic, is abnormal and should be further investigated.
What Medicines Cause Blood in Urine?
Several medicines can cause your urine to change color, or cause blood in your urine (hematuria). Certain antibiotics, NSAIDs, and other medicines cause blood in the urine.
How Do I Stop Blood in My Urine?
Learn why you might have blood in your urine and how to treat blood in your urine.
Can High Blood Pressure (HBP) Cause Blood in Urine?
Blood in your urine is also known as hematuria. Very rarely, it is caused by high blood pressure (HBP) — also known as hypertension.
What Conditions Cause Blood in Urine?
Blood in urine is a condition called hematuria. Conditions that cause blood in urine include kidney problems, use of certain medications, infections, an enlarged prostate and other conditions.
What Does Blood in the Urine Mean?
When you see blood in the urine, it might be alarming. But it may not be a serious issue. Find out the essentials of what you need to know if it is something more serious.
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