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momofthree
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Has anyone had any experience with bright red blood in their urine? A bladder infection has been ruled out and I am waiting for a CAT scan with contrast on Monday.
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Could it be yeast?

If urine is dark, might want to check out Babesia.

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No, all that was tested. Have you ever heard anything about Babs and kidney troubles?
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I've had several kidney stones, antibiotics seems to help them work their way loose.

Definitely want to see someone if you have blood in your urine. I've learned when I have stones and when it doesn't match those symptoms. Better safe than sorry and kidney's aren't something to play with.

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i had that few weeks ago, it was due to an ovarian cyst... they found it with ultrasound doppler, no need for a catscan...
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This is frightening! Yes, I have had this several times over the last 4 years. After all tests through my urologist repeatedly came back normal we came to the conclusion it could have been from babesia.

Make sure you get a cystoscopy, etc. To rule out other issues though.

The last time I had this it occurred along with a full on babesia relapse. My llmd said this is a pretty rare babesia symptom.

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Thank you. Of course, now that I have the contrast scan on Monday, it has totally stopped. Tues. ER visit they did a PT/INR blood test because I am on coumadin. It was a little high, 4.73. Wed. ER visit they did a CAT scan, no contrast and said there were no masses, stones or growths and PT/INR was down to 2.43. Thurs. GP visit was "Go to a Urologist, PT/INR was 1.87. Fri. Urologist did a scan into the bladder and we saw the blood coming from the right tube leading to the kidney. Now Mon. is CAT with contrast.

I believe it has to do with Babs. I have not been able to treat it because my Bart levels are so high that it has to be addressed first. But I think the Babs is the reason my clotting issue is happening and now this bleeding. Every time I try anything for Babs I wind up spasming out.

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