Causes Blood Out Of The Urinary Tract?
Hello, I am 24 years old. I want brtanya blood flow suddenly like menstrual blood from the urinary tract, but do not feel any symptoms, why?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The channel through which urine or urine is released, with the channel through which menstrual blood is released are two different channels, one of which is called the urinary tract and the other is the reproductive organ. These two parts are not connected to each other even though they are close together, so there are a few things that need to be ascertained about your condition.
Among them is how you can find out that the blood comes out of the urinary tract, then have you experienced this before, how many times has this happened, have you ever experienced a urinary tract infection or inflammation of the female organs, whether urine has ever come out of your vaginal canal and etcetera. All this information can be useful to find out the origin of the blood.
If indeed it is menstrual blood, so although it is rare, but it can be formed connecting channels between the two parts, so there is menstrual blood that comes out through the urinary tract. But if it really isn't, you should look for a bleeding center if it's blood. Is there bleeding in the urinary tract, or interference with the kidneys and so on. You also need to find out if you are taking certain medications or taking something that has a red color.
Our advice, you should visit a general practitioner first about this. Your doctor will try to find answers to the questions above to later be able to explain what condition you are experiencing. Your doctor may also conduct additional tests such as urine tests to find out if there is really blood content in your urine. Later if it feels complicated, your general practitioner will determine whether you should be referred to an obstetrician or urologist.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, avoid sexual relations, keep your female organs clean by washing from front to back, do not hold urination and drink plenty of water. Avoid taking any medicine without doctor's advice. So, hopefully answering your question.