Blood in Urine (Haematuria)

Blood in the urine can either be microscopic (not visible to the naked eye) or macroscopic (visible). There are multiple causes of haematuria, but it is never normal. If you have had haematuria you require further investigations to exclude a serious cause for the bleeding such as bladder cancer.

Even being on blood thinners haematuria still requires investigation.

Various urine tests will be completed including Urine cytology which checks if there are cancerous cells in the urine. A CT IVP will be completed which gives information about your upper urinary tract will be completed.

You will require a Flexible cystoscopy for further investigation.

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Some of the conditions we treat

Urological Cancers

Blood in Urine (Haematuria)

Enlarged prostate (Benign prostatic hypertrophy)

Kidney Stones

Pelvo-Ureteric Junction (PUJ) Obstruction

Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Erectile Dysfunction

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