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Can you get blood in urine with endo?

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Can you get blood in urine with endo? Being checked by urologist. Had CT 6 months ago and was clear. Had camera in bladder and ultrasound, both clear. Just waiting for result of new CT scan! Doesnt feel like kidney pain! I had a partial hyterectomy in 2000 and then HRT treatment last year which I was told could set it off again, which it did so stopped taking it! The bleeding has happened twice now, just a couple of days but approx 4 weeks apart! Also low back and groin pain!
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Mel
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replied December 20th, 2011
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
If the endometriosis has affected the bladder and caused implants, it is possible to have blood in urine. The chances of cystitis, bladder wall damage or cancer also cannot be ruled out. Go ahead with thorough work-up done to look for the underlying cause for the blood in urine. Wait for your investigation results to come. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
Take care.



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