Blood in Urine: What are some of the most common reasons behind blood in the urine

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Reasons behind blood in the urine

Kidney infection can lead to blood in the urine.

Blood in Urine: Blood in the urine is known as hematuria in medical terms. There can be many reasons behind blood in the urine. Infection, kidney infection, stones in the kidney etc. might result in the sudden visibility of blood in the urine. Hematuria is of two types. In one Hematuria, there are red or pink spots in the urine and it is called gross hematuria. While in another one, there is very fewer spots of blood and is known as microscopia hematuria. It can only be seen with the help of a microscope. Let’s discuss some of the most common reasons behind the sudden blood in the urine. (Also read: Yellow Urine: What are the most common causes of yellow urine)

Blood in the urine: Most common reasons behind the blood in the urine

  • Kidney stones
  • Bladder infection
  • Kidney infection
  • Due to medicines

Kidney stones
The stones present in the kidney or bladder might lead to blood in the urine. Due to the crystallisation of minerals in the urine, the kidneys start forming stones. When these stones grow in the size they restrict the normal functioning of the kidney. Thus, when you pass the urine, you can witness some blood.

Bladder infection
When the bacteria comes upwards towards the Urethra, it leads to a bladder infection. The urethra is a tube which helps to pass on the urine with the help of the bladder. When the bacteria goes into the bladder, we often face blood in the urine.

Kidney infection
The swelling and inflammation in the kidney might also result in blood in the urine. It can occur due to diabetes as well.

Due to medicines
Some medicines also lead to the blood in the urine. Some medicines contain chemicals in then which leads to the blood in the urine.

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These are some of the most common causes of blood in the urine. If you notice even the slightest of it, you must visit the doctor. You can read this article in Hindi as well.

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