Urinary Tract Infection Blood Urine
Urinary tract infection blood urine is a symptom of infection on the urinary
tract. If blood comes out with urine, urinary tract can be infected anywhere
between the kidneys and urethra.
Blood in the urine is an indication of serious infection on the urinary tract. While passing out urine, blood comes out first and then normal urine comes out, then the infection is in the urethra, that is why blood comes out first and normal urine comes out from the kidneys, indicating that infection is only on the urethras and the kidneys are not infected.
On the other hand, while passing urine, if blood comes out right from the beginning to end, then this is an indication that the infection is in the kidneys, that is why blood comes out right from the beginning to end.
If the infection is in the kidneys, then the treatment is complicated. It is always recommended to consult a physician at the earliest to avoid complications at a later stage of infection.
If the infection is in the urethra, then it leads to cyctitis, which is urinrary tract infection on the lower urinary tract. Antibiotics can easily cure this infection.
If the infection is in the ureters and the kidneys, then it leads to pyelonephritis, which is urinary tract infection on the upper urinary tract. Here the treatment is complicated.
The infection on the kidneys may be due to bacterial infection or the formation of stones in the kidneys.Nitrofurantoin is an antibiotic effective in the treatment of urinary tract infection on the lower urinary tract.
stones in the kidney stones in the kidney can only be removed through
surgery.By taking precautions as said above, urinary tract infection blood
urine can be avoided at an early stage of infection itself.