Tramadol-v-Bleeding

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Does anyone know if Tramadol can cause blood in wee? I only take Tramadol occasionally but started seeing blood in my wee. I have not had a tablet for 3 weeks and no more bleeding but today I took one and saw some blood when I weed - is it a coincidence I wonder?  

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    Never had that expierienced while taking tramadol. Any time blood in in urine it time to see a doctor. Could be a kidney or urinary track infection. Only antibiotics will help in a few days. 
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      Hi Hope, yes I have seen a Specialist and had a CT Scan and having cystoscopy next month so waiting for results. I had bladder cancer 7 years ago and cured so of course alarm bells rang when I saw blood. However it seems odd that once I stopped Tramadol the bleeding stopped BUT when I took one on Friday - blood again?? Just wondered if anyone had had this experience?

      Regards

      Jean

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    Hi Jean 

    I haven’t as a man had issues with tramodol in urine, but I did read an article recently how it can effect woman and there periods, it can make them become a little sporadic. I can’t find the link but thought I would mention it.

    Regards

    Buggsy 

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    Visit your doc as you may need tests
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      Hi, yes seen my GP and was referred to the Urologist - had a CT Scan and getting results Thursday and then having a cystoscopy September. It was just a coincidence that when I stopped taking Tramadol I stopped bleeding but once I went back to them - bleeding again. Stopped taking them - no bleeding?? If the Urologist doesn't come up with anything on Thursday I'll mention Tramadol to him??

      Regards

      Jean

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      That's good. I went through the same so I know. They found another condition for me but once again not too serious. Best to be open about everything as you never know you might say something insecure but to the doc it may be important 

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