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Blood in the Urine in Women

If you have blood in your urine and a new severe pain, get urgent medical care now. You may have a kidney stone.

If you do have a kidney stone, a doctor will be able to help relieve your pain.

Some people are more at risk of getting kidney stones than other people and if you have had more than one episode, you should speak your doctor about this. Your doctor may be able to help figure out why you are getting them and can teach you how to prevent them.

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