I fell this morning and had to go to the hospital, I didn't actually fall on my tummy but my knees and stomach collided, HARD.... They said all looked OK except I had blood in my urine, I go back tomorrow for an ultrasound, has anyone ever had blood in their urine while pregnant? If so what caused it.... Thanks
I had 4 traces of blood in my urine at 34 weeks and it got sent away to be tested and it ended up being nothing I never had it again and went on to have a healthy baby girl. Good luck im sure its nothing.
When I had blood in my urine at @ 20 weeks (I think) they at first thought it was a UTI but after more testing realized I had a kidney stone. I was told it's pretty common from all the extra calcium during pregnancy. Occasionall there is still a small amount of blood in there but my little girl is unaffected (I'm almost 34 weeks now) and the urologist will actually go in and remove the stone for me after she is born to save the discomfort of trying to pass it. It sounds like a fairly simple procedure. I never have had kidney stones before, but he said passing one hurts almost as much as giving birth itself..yikes!
Hope everything turns out well for you also!!!
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