Causes of blood in urine in women.
Often times it's recommended that when it happens at an alarming rate, you should see your doctor.
These occur when bacteria enter your body through the urethra and multiply in your bladder. Symptoms include the urge to pee, pain and burning with urination, and strong-smelling urine.
This is when bacteria enters your kidney through your bloodstream.
Kidney infections cause a fever and flank pain.
A bladder or kidney stone
The minerals in concentrated urine coalesce to form crystals on the walls of your kidneys or bladder and the crystals can become small stones.
This is an inflammation of the kidneys' filtering system.
Visible blood in your urine may be a sign of advanced kidney, bladder cancer.
A physical injury to your kidneys can cause visible blood in your urine.
Some anti-cancer drugs can cause blood to appear in your pee.
While working out, the activities may bit excessively strenuous and cause trauma to your kidneys. This can lead to presence of blood in your urine.