Blood in urine no pain often means only one thing. The medical term for blood in urine is called hematuria. It can be either visible (in medical terms called gross hematuria) or it can be microscopic. What could be causing this and what needs to be done about it. Some causes are not serious at all. Others may require your doctor attention right away.
In the case of microscopic blood, most people are not aware of it at all.
While there are a few causes, the most often found causes are kidney stones and in the absence of pain, urinary tract infections. First we will look at the possible causes of Blood in urine no pain and then the solution.
Note: This is not intended to be medical or nursing advice. It is here to make you a more educated consumer when dealing with your healthcare provider. Always speak to your doctor before starting anything new or self treating.
Skip the information and take me to the solution now! Click Here!
Kidney stones in the urinary tractDiscover more info on Kidney Stones Relief and how you can make them go away.
Drugs like blood thinners (warfarin)
Often prescribed for those with heart or blood vessel disease, if you have an abnormal heart rhythm, have had heart valve surgery, or if you have congenital heart defects.
The term blood thinner is actually a misnomer. Your blood remains the same viscosity or we would die. Rather than thinning our blood, these drugs are anticoagulants and hopefully prevent clots inside our circulatory system.
This will reduce the risk of stroke or heart attack.
Foods such as beets can cause a pink in the bowl. In this case, it can be caused by pigments that are not metabolized that pass through your kidneys and out of your body.
Blood dyscrasias or Blood Disorders such as hemophilia where your blood fails to clot normally. Additionally, Lyme disease or Multiple Systemic Infectious Disease Syndrome (MSIDS)
Blood Clots in the Kidneys happens from a blockage of the renal vein, which carries blood away from the kidney via a blood clot.
Low Platelets called thrombocytopenia is a low blood platelet count. Platelets (thrombocytes) are colorless blood cells that help our blood to clot. Platelets stop bleeding by clumping, forming a plugs in blood vessel injuries to prevent blood from leaking.
Thrombocytopenia may be caused by a disorder like leukemia or an immune system disorder. It can also be the result of taking certain medications. It can affect both children and adults.
Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
Painful Urination: when bacteria grow inside the bladder (cystitis) or urethra, pain can result and can result in blood in urine and or make it difficult to urinate. UTIs commonly cause a burning sensation when urinating. Both men and women with UTIs can experience pain. Men may experience pain or pressure in the rectum. Women may feel pain in the pubic bone area.
Urination Without Pain: sometimes those with UTI's don't have any symptoms.
Frequent Urination: or the need to urinate more frequently or urgently than common. This includes the inability to hold the urine.
Urine Clarity and Color: the appearance, color and odor of your urine may change. In addition to a red tinge, there may be a cloudiness or unusual odor.
Hesitancy to Pee: sometimes there is an inability to completely empty the bladder. When you experience difficulty urinating or have a strong urge to pee and only have a small release of urine.
A UTI may produce symptoms outside of the urinary tract. Weakness and tiredness may be UTI symptoms. If a UTI is located in the bladder or urethra, fever may not be present. If the infection has reached the blood or kidneys, it's more likely fever will occur.
Please Note As with all things healthcare, speak to your doctor before trying anything new. If you are currently on medications or under a doctors supervision, do not start this without first speaking to your doctor or pharmacist about any change you desire to make.
What ever you do, this is something you may want to do the rest of your life to maintain optimal hydration and optimal health.
More information on UTI's
The simple UTI protocol from decades ago, before we had antibiotics, that still works today. It is simple, easy and it works. Click Here to go to the protocol.
Final Thought on Blood In Urine No Pain
"My daughter was getting married the next day and she had a UTI. I called Nurse Jon late into the evening to find if there was anything we can do? He told me about the Water Cures UTI protocol. I used it and it was unbelievable. The next day the infection was gone and while the wedding was beautiful, my daughter was able to enjoy it without any discomfort.
----Name Withheld By Request