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Blood in Your Urine, Should You Be Concerned?

Blood in Your Urine, Should You Be Concerned?

When you have blood in your urine, it’s natural to be concerned about it. If you are unsure what to do after experiencing blood in your urine, you’ll want to give this a read. Blood in the urine can be an indication of a serious medical problem, however, it can also be quite benign in other cases.  

What Does it Mean?

Having blood in your urine can mean a variety of things, some dangerous, some not. The presence of blood in the urine is called hematuria. When it comes to hematuria, there are two major categories, microscopic hematuria, and gross hematuria.  

The former occurs when blood is present in the urine but is not visible while the latter indicates blood that is clearly visible. If you have gross hematuria, it should be comforting to know that it doesn’t take much blood to alter the color of urine which means you’re not losing as much blood as you may think. 

That said, if you’re passing clots, you need to seek medical attention. Blood in the urine can mean anything from a simple and easily treatable UTI to a more serious issue like kidney disease, bladder stones, or an enlarged prostate. 

Don’t Wait Until it’s Too Late, Call Z Urology Today!

If you’re seeing blood in your urine, it is imperative for your health to make an appointment with a urologist as soon as possible. Z Urology has one of the most talented teams of urologists in South Florida. 

We’ve seen it all so give us a call, we can help. Don’t wait until something serious like kidney disease or an enlarged prostate progresses to the point that it does serious damage to your health. Call today, you can count on us!

You can visit our website directly and schedule an appointment at your convenience or call us at 954-714-8200!

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