I have visible blood in my urine with no pain?

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jeanA
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   Posted 10/25/2011 4:11 AM (GMT -6)   

 
Hi
I am male 46 years old. I have a problem and I need help please.
After walking and jogging for 45 minutes, I went to the pathroom and noticed that my urine is red.
I went to the hospital to see a specialist who asked for the following tests :
-urine analysis
-blood test
-CTscan
I did them all and no infection were found and they told me there is a stone in the ureter. I went home with no medicines waiting for the stone to leave my body as they said. I went to the gym today and after the gyme. I went to the bathroom to find red urine again.
What is this? I am not sure what I have.
Specially I have no pain at all.
I had stones three times in my live every time there was a sever pain when the stone is moving in my body.
Please let me know what to do? I do not understand what is this? I am really worried.
Thanks
Jean


Paul L. Viverito
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   Posted 12/24/2011 9:23 AM (GMT -6)   
I never had any problems urinating and never any pain or inablility to urinate. I was out fishing with a cfriend and because my friend was a she I hesitated to urinate off the back of the boat so I held it in. Finally I couldn't wait any longer so I had to go. When I did finally go my urine was the color of Merlot Wine and then stopped so I couldn't urinate any more. Fortunately my friend was a nurse and she rushed me to the hospital
To make a long story short I went to a Urolologist and he put a camera up into my bladder. He said I had bladder cancer so eventually I had my bladder removed. The point here is that I had no indication at all of any problems or pain until I staterted urinating blood.
For any one that might end up with this problem I would strongly suggest having the bladder removed, there are other solutions with a lesser chance of survival but It's been six years now without any further evidence of cancer. The bladder removal is no big deal it's just a little inconvenient.

Nursemom
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   Posted 12/31/2011 1:56 AM (GMT -6)   
Stones don't always hurt. Sounds like you are lucky. My best friends husband is in icu right now because of a stone. It blocked the kidney from emptying and fluid backed up in the kidney. NO PAIN. Got sick from infection in that kidney since it couldn't drain. The infection spread into the bloodstream and that's life threatening. Stones can be a little deal or a big deal. Follow up with your doctor and make sure things are working ok whether the blood stops or not. And share your concerns, most of them really do care.
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