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Blood In Urine

Chronic Kidney Disease



The presence of blood in urine, a condition known as hematuria, can be a concerning symptom that may indicate an underlying medical issue. There are two types of hematuria: gross hematuria, where blood is visible in the urine, and microscopic hematuria, where blood can only be detected under a microscope.



These symptoms are nonspecific and may be attributed to other illnesses. Due to the remarkable adaptability of the kidneys, compensatory mechanisms may mask signs until irreversible damage occurs.

Diagnosis And Treatment

The treatment of hematuria depends on the underlying cause. Once the cause is identified, a healthcare professional will develop a treatment plan. This may involve antibiotics for infections, medications for kidney stones, or other interventions based on the specific condition.

It is crucial to seek medical attention promptly if you notice blood in your urine, as early detection and appropriate treatment can help manage and address the underlying cause. This information is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always consult with a healthcare provider for concerns about your health.