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My gf urinate blood after we are having sex... for couple of days... now it looks like she is back to normal, but everytime she had a urine test, the result still shows that there is still a small amount of blood. It has been happening for about 10 years now and I am start to worry now... hope this isnt too late? :(
Blood in urine or hematuria can be due to infections of the kidney/bladder, disorders of the kidney/bladder, certain blood disorders, strenuous exercise and certain medications. You will need to consult your primary care physician for proper assessment. He may do tests like urine analysis, blood tests, X rays, ultrasonography, CT scan and sometimes cystoscopy to detect the cause for painless hematuria.
Urine test includes a complete urine examination which looks out for presence of RBC’s and pus cells in the urine. Other tests which I have mentioned also need to be done to look out for any changes in the urethra.
I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
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