It has been 2 weeks since I had chapters and urinated in blood but there were no symptoms … anything including serious illness
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It could be, the appearance of blood in the stool and urine is a mild condition, including:
Mild causes of bloody stool:
Injury to the wall of the rectum or anus due to hardened stool (constipation)
Eat red foods, such as beets and dragon fruit
Drug side effects, eg aspirin
Mild causes of bloody urine:
Mixing urine with menstrual blood
Drug side effects, such as anti-TB drugs
Doing sports that are too strenuous
If your complaint arises because of one or more of the conditions above, it is possible that the condition is not dangerous and does not require special handling. However, you also need to know that bloody stool and urine may also occur due to other factors that need to be checked directly by a doctor, for example:
Serious causes of bloody stool: hemorrhoids, anal fissures, dysentery, gastric ulcers, colorectal cancer, anal cancer, anal fistula, duodenal ulcer, esophageal varices rupture
Serious causes of bloody urine: urinary tract infections, bladder stones, kidney stones, kidney infections, glomerulonephritis, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, pelvic injuries
Serious causes of bloody stool and urine: leukemia, hemophilia, and so on
Considering that your complaint has been going on for quite a while, you shouldn't take it lightly. Have your condition checked directly to a doctor or an internal medicine specialist so that an in-depth evaluation can be done. Usually, it is not enough just with interviews and physical examinations, supporting tests, such as blood tests, feces, urine, ultrasound, gastrointestinal endoscopy, X-rays, etc. the doctor will do to identify the exact cause of your complaints. As for the handling, what will be given will be adjusted to the cause of your complaint.
In the meantime, you shouldn't worry too much yet. Do the following first so that your complaints can be minimized:
Do not make it a habit to hold back bowel movements or urinate
Avoid taking drugs carelessly
Always keep your intimate organs, including your pubic area and anus, clean
Increase the consumption of foods rich in vitamin K, such as red meat, dark green leafy vegetables, organ meats, or nuts.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah