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After kidney stone I am getting blood
After kidney stone passing out naturally I am getting blood in urine is it have any issue . Plz suggest me what should I do should consult doctor or it is normal.
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You do nothing at present. If the bleeding persists for 3 days you should consult a Urologist.
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According up your sign and symptom you are suffering from haematuria. Reason of haematuria -Kidney Stone , Any Infection around the urinary tract infection, infection in renal area like any structural defect or any other problem .
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Take treatments after taking of complete history of you .
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Please follow good life style as take plenty of fluid and take less spicy and fatty foods and keep positive attitude to fight any disease and any problem of your life
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Can help you with the next course of action and treatment plan. Would like to discuss in details and provide apt solution. Kindly consult.
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It's normal.  Take tab trenexa zinc. It will be ok
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Could b urine infection Get a urine test done for routine and culture / sensitivity
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Mild blood in urine can be there in case of kidney stone. Drink plenty of water. Don't take Any medicine for stopping bleeding like Tranexamic acid. It is not used in haematuria as the clot can cause urinary retention.
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consult doctor for Evaluation and further treatment
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Please consult a doctor
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It's normal. Drink 3 l water per day
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