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Hi there,That is also known as gross hematuria or presence of blood cells in the urine.Some of the most common causes of blood in the urine include:
Kidney infections.Enlarged prostate.Urinary tract (bladder) infection.Swelling in the filtering system of the kidneys. This is called “glomerulonephritis”.A stone in your bladder or in a kidney.A disease that runs in families, such as cystic kidney disease.Some medicines.A blood disease, like sickle cell anemia.A tumor in your urinary tract (may or may not be cancer).Exercise. When this is the cause, hematuria will usually go away in 24 hours.
You need to see your doctor for further evaluation with urinalysis, urine cytology, renal and bladder scan etc.Thank you for sharing your concerns with us today.
Ok most likely cause is urinary tract infection.
But sometimes, bladder cancer also can present like this.