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Synonyms for hematuria

the presence of blood in the urine

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Some medications can also cause blood in the urine, such as aspirin; penicillin; heparin which is used to prevent blood clots in the arteries, lungs and veins; and cyclophosphamide, a chemotherapy drug which slows down or stops cell growth.
London [UK], November 30 ( ANI ): A recent research revealed that blood in the urine could be an early sign of prostate cancer.
Blood in the urine. Recurrent urinary infections Follow-up Care Regular reviews by Urology Consultant.
Obvious blood in the urine is often associated with bladder infections or kidney stones.
In older people the only symptom of infection can be the presence of blood in the urine, but this can also be an early warning of cancer.
Blood in the urine may just be a urine infection, kidney stones or even from kidney problems, including trauma from a fall or even vigorous exercise.
This may be accompanied by any or all of the following symptoms: chills, fever, flank pain, hematuria (blood in the urine), increased urination, cloudy/thick or smelly urine, sediment in the urine, burning with urination, and increased frequency.
It can be irritated as a part of infection, or disease; blood in the urine also causes some irritation.