Blood Came Out Of The Tube That Was Just Replaced?
Good evening, doctor,
The use of catheters is used for specific indications and purposes or under certain conditions. Urine catheter insertion is the insertion of a tube that is inserted into the urinary tract for a specific purpose, most often with the aim of expelling urine when there is difficulty in urinating. The use of catheters in women is used for several purposes including:
help excrete urine during difficult urination conditions during pregnancy
collect urine in conditions where there is difficulty holding urination
used after surgery to facilitate urination
certain postoperative procedures to monitor urine or residual bleeding
monitor the amount of urine in certain disease conditions
For conditions where the red fluid such as blood in the urine experienced by your wife needs to be re-examined or further examination / re-control to the doctor who previously examined you whether it is related to catheter placement, or previous bleeding residual (if any), or other conditions that can cause symptoms of red urine such as urinary tract infections or urinary tract stones. Some conditions that can cause red urine:
urinary tract infection
urinary tract stones
certain residual bleeding
the effects of certain drugs
Because there are several conditions that can cause the condition of red urine, you should do further examination / re-control to determine the exact cause. Treatment depends on the underlying cause that is known based on several tests, such as blood tests, urine tests or other tests. The use of antibiotics should not be based on the doctor's recommendation according to the results of the examination whether it requires the use of antibiotics or not. Here is an article that you can read hematuria.
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