Cloudy Urine Treatments
What should you do when you notice blood in your urine?
Blood in your urine is not something to be taken lightly. If you just brush it off, you might be allowing a more serious health issue to progress. You should note the urine color and the frequency of the urine color. Report this information to your doctor as soon as possible.
How Do You Treat or Cure Blood in Urine?
We’ve seen this question posed on many health web sites, and frankly, the question is way to broad to address without knowing the underlying issues causing the blood in your urine. Treating the symptom of blood in your urine isn’t the answer or even possible, for that matter. You need to understand the root cause and treat that health issue
If you notice blood in your pee due to your menstrual cycle, take some medicine to help with cramping and wait it out. Seriously, there’s no cure for menstrual bleeding unless you’re considering a hysterectomy.
If you have a urinary tract infection that is causing blood in your urine, then treating the UTI with antibiotics will clear up the blood. If you still notice blood after your urinary infection has been resolved for over a week, then you may have something else causing the blood to enter your urine. Consult with your doctor to narrow down the causes.
If you are passing a kidney stone, once the stone has passed, the blood should stop. The problem is when you have more stones coming. That can be a lot of pain to deal with, along with the blood in your pee. See your doctor. A doctor can treat larger kidney stones with ultrasonic waves to break down the stone and help it pass easier.
If you notice other symptoms along with the blood, such as vomiting, night sweats, abdominal pain or any other disconcerting health issues, then you need to see a doctor. If you don’t know the cause, you can’t do much about it. If you ignore the symptoms and just hope it goes away, it may eventually be too late. Noticing blood in your urine can help you discover a serious health issue early enough to do something about it.
So again, please go see your doctor. It’s better to ask and have it be nothing than to not ask and only find out when the situation is far more severe.