Blood in Pee Causes, Treatment and more

Blood in Pee: What does it look like?

Are you suffering from hematuria, or blood in pee? If so, you will be able to see the actual blood when you urinate. This is known as gross hematuria, and in this case your urine appears to be tinted pink or red. On the other side of things, you may still have blood in your urine but not be able to see it. This is known as microscopic hematuria, and in this case the blood can only be seen under a microscope.

Many people who have blood in their pee are surprised when they see this during urination. After all, it is probably not something that you expect. Fortunately, hematuria does not hurt in most cases. In other words, you are not bleeding because of internal damage or a cut that will hurt when urinating. That being said, just because it is not painful does not mean that you should take it lightly.

If you have gross hematuria you are sure to notice. It is not hard to realize when your urine is tinted red. But if you are suffering from microscopic hematuria, you will never know unless your doctor orders a test and sends your urine to a lab for examination.

Should you be alarmed if you notice blood in your pee? Of course you should. This does not mean that you need to jump to conclusions, but you definitely want to schedule an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible. This will allow you to get to the bottom of the problem, and then on the right treatment path.



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