This can be the presence of frank urinary bleeding or microscopic bleeding diagnosed with urinary dipstick testing. Often there is a need for an urgent referral to a urologist for a complete evaluation including a wide array of blood, urine and radiological investigations.


  • Urinary tract infections
  • Kidney stones
  • Kidney disease
  • Enlarged prostate
  • Urological cancer


The treatment that is needed will very much depend on the cause behind any urinary bleeding. It really is important not to self-diagnose or self-treat, but to seek advice as soon as possible. It is likely that the cause can be quickly treated, but a urologist will be able to help.

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