Urinating Blood Clots
The urinary system is primarily concerned about eliminating urine from the body and it consists of bladder, ureters, kidneys and urethra. The condition of urinating blood clots is referred to a medical term known as
Hematuria. Most of the time the clots may be very small but in some cases they can be in the size of a leach. This condition is a clear indication of an unhealthy urinary system and requires immediate medical attention. Read on to know about the various causes and symptoms of this condition.
Causes of Urinating Blood Clots
The main cause of this condition can be due to a problem or an infection in the urinary system. The following are a few causes of this condition.
Urinary Tract Infections(UTI):
Bacteria is the main cause for urinary tract infections. The presence of bacteria in the bladder or urethra, kidneys and urinary tract may cause this condition of urinating blood clots in urine. A person suffering from this condition may experience the urge to empty urinary bladder more number of times, rectal pain and burning sensation or pain while urinating.
The condition hematuria can also be caused due to bladder or kidney cancer and a person suffering from this condition may experience abdominal discomfort or pain while urinating.
Stones present in the kidneys usually get stuck in the ureters leading to blood clots in urine and this is usually accompanied by back pain. Kidney stones obstruct the flow of urine and also damages the ureters.
Urinating blood clots can be mostly due to an prostate gland inflammation. This condition can show certain symptoms like burning sensation and pain while urinating.
- A person suffering from this condition may experience change in his/her urine color to dark yellow, red and pink.
- The visibility of blood indicates the place from where the bleeding occurs.
- If the bleeding occurs during urination then it may be from the urethra.
- If a person observes blood throughout urination process then it may be due to the damage of the ureters or kidneys.
- If the blood appears before the flow of urine stops then it may be an indication of a problem in the bladder or prostate.