Blood when I pee

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I'm suffering from another flare up of diverticularitist and on antibiotics, however yesterday I noticed when I pee there is quite a bit of blood both in toilet and when I wipe myself, any ideas? 😚

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    Hi trisha87499

    Are you on the tail end of mentruation?....if not i suggest you see your doc..you may have a urine infection.....or may need to see a Urologist to investigate your bladder ........best wishes...

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      Thanks for your reply Lillian, I know it's not menstration blood, it is through my urine, you know how you can tell the difference with the colour, not trying to be crude xxx

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      Hi trisha87499

      Then you should see your doc and be referred to a Urologist who will carry out tests to see if all is well with your kidneys and carry out a cystoscopy to investigate that all is well with your bladder..best wishes....

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      You were right Lillian I've to go and see a urologist, and because my sister sadly passed away from kidney disease I've to have that checked also, I heard the tests at the urologist are very painful, anyone else been for them, advise would be reassuring 😏

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      Hi trisha87499

      I did not experience any pain as i was anaesthetised for the cystoscopy..just gave urine samples and had a CT scan

      .....none of the investigations i went through were painful...you will be fine.....best wishes fir a speedy diagnosis...

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      I got my cystoscopy, and you were right wasn't as bad as I thought, doctor thinks I have an infection so took swabs and will get back to me ASAP. Thanks again

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