While some symptoms and discomforts are normal and can be ignored once or twice, some signs need immediate attention at the first very go. One such circumstance is when blood shows up from unusual outlets. Vomiting of blood, coughing up of blood, and blood in the urine are some of the symptoms which you should not ignore.
Now, moving to a more specific area, we will talk about blood in urine today. We consulted with our specialists at Bansal Global Hospital about the same, and concluded this:
“While blood in urine might not be a cause of something dangerous, it should not be ignored. In some cases, it might even require Emergency Treatment in The ICU. Your doctor is the best to decide whether it is risky or not.”
Blood in the urine can be the reason for any of the following:
- Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection
- Kidney infection or stone
- Hereditary inconsistency
- Heavy exercise
In rare cases, it can be bladder cancer as well. So, it is best not ignored.
The problem of blood in urine is not age-related. It can happen to anyone owing to different causes in patients of different age, gender, and body mass.
If you or anyone you know suffer from frequent blood in urine, we suggest you take them to the hospital immediately as the condition might require emergency attention.