Blood in urine male

Blood in Urine Male

Blood in urine male
Blood in urine in males can come from the prostatic urethra in the form of gross hematuria or microscopic hematuria the three main disorders from the prostate are prostate cancer, prostate enlargement, and prostatitis.[more]

Urine Color

Blood in urine male
Blood in urine in males can look different with small and large amounts of blood, cloudy urine from infection or sediment, and have a tainted color from food and medication.
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Microscopic Urine

Microscopic Urine
A lot of blood in urine, discoloration from medications, food dyes, and cloudy urine from infections are easy to distinguish; but it is difficult to know if you have microscopic hematuria without a urine test.
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Blood in Urine Male

Blood in urine male – Seeing blood in urine can be a very scary experience but it is a very effective symptom to alert us that something is not right with our body.  You do not need to panic and you should not speculate or self-diagnose the cause of blood in the urine.  Urinating blood has multiple causes and can be determined and stopped by contacting a urology specialist and describing the amount of blood that is in the urine along with any “out of the ordinary” events that have occurred in the last 24 hours.

Blood in urine in males can have different sources then the blood in urine in females due to differences in anatomy.  The type of blood in urine, which is called hematuria, can be broken down into two categories. The first category of hematuria which is more obvious is called gross hematuria and the second category which is more subtle is called microscopic hematuria.  Several significant distinctions in men are that they have a prostate, a longer urethra, and more often than women men have high blood pressure, urinary retention, and participate in contact sports. Other urinary symptoms may simultaneously accompany blood in urine such as a stinging or burning when urinating. Cloudy urine, smelly urine, frequent urination, a weak stream, or and urinary stream that stops and starts are other common urinary symptoms in men. Urinary retention, flank pain, and a feeling of fullness are other symptoms that may appear with blood in urine in men.

Blood in urine in males may indict prostate problems such as BPH, prostatitis, and late stage prostate cancer. Some of the world’s best urologists that specialize in the prostate are located in the Miami Urology Center. These elite Miami urologists have men from around the world visiting them for their detailed diagnostics for prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction and their best of class treatment that matches each diagnostic with a tailor made treatment plan for prostate cancer or impotence. Blood in urine in males or females may also be caused by urinary tract infection, kidney stones, bladder tumors, kidney tumors, and a multitude of medical disorders which makes it imperative that a urology specialist is seen as soon as possible. If a urologist or your doctor cannot be seen you should visit an emergency room or urgent care center. In the South Florida area you can call (305) 822-7227 or request an appointment online. International phone numbers include:  Argentina: 6090-2397  Chile: 581.3467 Colombia: 508.2419  Mexico: 4624.2465 Panama: 836.5419 and Venezuela: 335.5080

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