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If you see blood in urine, it could be a serious issue. It means you are bleeding from inside. Sometimes, blood in urine isn't even visible to naked eye. In such a case, only a lab test can confirm the same.
Though sometimes, it isn't a major health condition, consulting a doctor is important whether there is pain or not.
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Blood forms clots to avoid leakage and blood loss (due to any internal or external injury). But when blood clots circulate in the body, they may get stuck and disturb the circulation.
In fact, when clots enter the urinary system, they might even block the passage of urine. That could cause pain. If bleeding occurs in the urinary tract, bladder or kidney, you might see blood clots in urine. Here are some facts...
The condition is known as hematuria (blood in urine). Sometimes, the blood in the urine cannot be seen by naked eye. Such a case is known as microscopic hematuria.
Heavy smokers are at a higher risk of kidney cancer whose symptom is blood clots in urine.
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Drops of blood in urine could also be a sign of kidney stones and urinary tract infection.
In such a case, the person needs to stop drinking acidic beverages like tea, coffee and even the juice of citrus fruits. Drinking more water helps but consulting a doctor is a must.
Bladder or kidney diseases, inflammation of urethra or bladder, infection in urinary tract, prostate cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, enlarged prostate, renal failure, medication, internal injuries, surgery, kidney biopsy or even circumcision could cause clots in urine.
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Certain blood disorders like platelet count issues, sickle cell disease may also cause blood clots in urine.
If symptoms like pain or burning sensation, nausea, fever, vomiting, weight loss, pain during intercourse, difficulty passing urine accompany, consulting a doctor is important.
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After a doctor diagnoses the actual problem behind the leakage of blood through urine, a proper treatment option can be finalised. So, visiting a doctor is important if your urine is too dark.