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Blood in the Urine in Women

So far you have stated that you don't have symptoms of a bladder infection and that you don't have a new severe pain or recent injuries to your back, side or abdomen.

Sometimes kidney disease is the cause of blood in the urine. People with kidney disease may have other symptoms as well. Please consider the following questions:

  • Do you have new swelling in your legs?

  • Do you have new puffiness in the face or around the eyes?

  • Do you have a fever?

  • Are you more tired than normal?

  • Do you have new joint pains?

  • Do you have a new unexplained rash?

Yes, I answered yes to at least one of these questions.

No, none of these are true for me.

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