You probably have a uranary tract infection. Drink lots of cranberry juice and water this should clear up in a few days, but if not you may need antibiotics. Best wishes.
It sounds like a bladder infection. But if you've seen a doctor, they probably tested for that. I would get a referal to a urinary tract specialist to have it checked out further. uti or std
There are several reasons why a dog may have frequent urination. Some causes could be diabetes, kidney disease, and thyroid problems.
No problems related to blood match.
If in minute amounts, then it could not pose any problem.
Bright red blood in small amounts could be a fissure or hemmorrhoid. THis will heal on its own. Black blood, blood in large amounts or blood that looks like coffee grounds requires an emergency ROM visit asap.
The reason why there is a sensation of frequent urination could be sue to a urinary tract infection. You would need to bring a sample of your urine to your doctor who will examine the urine for the presence of white blood cells, a sign of infection.
High blood pressure and some panic problems. You could die of problems after heart transplants.
prostate or bladder cancer
If you choose to delay urination, this could cause a urinary tract infection. From there, it could cause a kidney infection if you aren't careful.
Your body could reject the new organ and start attacking it if it wasn't your blood type your also could have very serious problems.
You could just get more than you need and could cause more internal problems.
Although prostate problems can cause frequent urination at night, there are other possible causes. If you diabetic, you will likely experience frequent urination throughout the day and night;. A urinary tract infection could also cause the symptoms you are experiencing. The best thing to do is make an appointment with a doctor, who can run tests to determine the exact cause.
There are a few things that could cause blood stains in urine. Most of these causes could be the product of medical problems that need medical attention.
Could be lots of things...pregnancy, high blood sugar or diabetes, bladder infection, kidney infection, etc....time to see a doctor.
it could cause heart problem, blood pressure problems,etc, other health problems.............
Kidney problems, bladder infection, prostate problems or urinary tract problems. You should see your physician.
rickets scurvy dehydration constipation loose teeth inflamed gums insufficient urination (causing kidney problems)
Could be low blood sugar or diabetes
You could very well get A.I.D.S this way.
Blood in your urine is not dangerous per se but requires evaluation, especially when accompanied with pain during urination. This could be something as common as a Urinary Tract Infection or as painful as a Kidney Stone.
hi there it could be a sign of cystitis diabitis or a kidney infection some woman only have blood in there urine when they have a water infection
No, you could have a UTI though.
You should seek medical help. This could be signs of several problems, such as, blood clots, pinched nerves, or circulation problems. Please see a doctor.