Blood in the urine can be a sign of a bladder infection.
You need to take your rabbit to see a vet ASAP.
No, female rabbits do not spray urine. Only males do. If you want a rabbit that does not spray urine, I would consider getting a female.
The only reason I've come across that ants gather around urine is that it indicates high blood sugar. If ants are gathering around your urine, or a pet's urine, it would be a good idea to get to the Dr to get checked for diabetes.
It would be almost impossible to get HIV from blood in urine with a hand wound in the toilet.
High white blood cell count would mean an infection of some type. The body raises white blood cells to fight infections. If it is along with blood in urine, it would most likely be a urine infection, which can be cured with antibiotics.
I'm not positive if rabbits and rats can get along and heres my reason...wild rats are known for attacking and killing pet rabbits. I don't know how the rabbits and rats would act together, but I would be careful.
==TAKE THIS DOG TO THE VET RIGHT AWAY. ANY ANIMAL THAT HAS BLOOD IN IT'S URINE SHOULD GO TO THE VET ASAP!!!!== ==If you we're peeing and you saw blood in your urine, would you be posting a message on wikianswers or would you be on the phone with the doctor??==
Yes , you may have blood in the urine because the kidney stone has jagged edges . Blood in the urine is often an indicator/symptom of 'passing' a stone . (I would seek medical attention .)
blood or urine but Blood would be a better answer
You get sick because urine is in the blood before it is filtered out.
Aspirin would not cause blood in the urine, although if you take too much it can cause an ulcer in the stomach. Blood in the urine is usually the result of a kidney stone, which is not related to using aspirin.
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.
There is no reason why you can not do a urine test while you are on your period, but the issue is there should be no reason for you to need to do a urine test if you are having a period. If you are having a period, it is highly unlikely that you would be pregnant.
It would be far more dangerous to have blood splashed into your eyes than urine. Blood carries many pathogens including HIV, hepatitis, and many others. Urine is sterile and virtually harmless.
If you find red liquid, it could be urine or blood if it is blood red, it will be blodd so take your rabbit to a vet quickly and if it is a another red (not a strong red colour) it will be pee but i would take to a vet anyway so take it to vet in case you might be feeding it wrong if its urine, to many carrots
Most of the time blood in the urine wont be visible by the naked eye. A urine test in a hospital or physicians office would be required. They would look at it under a microscope. Sometimes, however, there will be a large enough amount for you to see. The urine will be tinted reddish in color or you may notice small droplets of blood floating around after urinating.
Ummm.....they might be having their period.
Blood and WBCs (white blood cells) indicate an infection, either of the bladder, kidneys.
Blood in the urine can be caused by a few things. One thing would be if the person was injured somehow. Car accident or some other type of trauma. Another reason can be a urinary tract infection, possibly a kidney or bladder disease. Whatever the cause, you need to make an appointment with your doctor ASAP.
kidneys filter the blood of the bad particles and excrete them as urine. without kidneys the blood would be dirty and our organs would be effected
I don't think smoking shows in urine or blood testing.
The only reason your blood would stop would be that your heart stopped beating. Blood brings oxygen to your body. No blood flow = dead
I would think that they would have to comply with this, as even when arrested for DUI you get the choice of blood test or urine test if they believe you have drug in your system or affecting you.
The obvious answer is that the urine would look red, which can happen with bleeding in the urinary tract from an infection or from other disorders of the urinary system. However, older blood in the urine can make it look dark or rusty colored. Smaller amounts of blood in the urine can give it a pink tone. There may be red flakes or there might be red streaks in the urine, too.
I would definitely consult a veterinarian first. After saying that, blood in the urine can be from anything as simple as a urinary tract infection to a serious injury.