What is the common causes of hematuria for man older than 40 years?
Common causes in men younger than 40 years are kidney stones or urinary tract infections.
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Along with stones and UTI in older people, but cancers of the kidney, bladder, and prostate become a more common concern in people older than 40 years of age.
Pain is usually in lower back or in the penis area. sometimes older men feeling no pain hematuria.
Recommended tests are PSA test for prostate cancers, complete urine analysis for UTI and crystals detection, and Ultrasound on the pelvis for stones measurement.
Coumadin/warfarin patients are vulnerable to get bloody urine as well as people infected with viral hepatitis viruses if severed Prothrombin time and INR is recommended for follow up.
Evaluation of the blood source by urinalysis.
Urinalysis of “three glasses test”:
Glass one: inititation of urine stream
Hematuria in glass 1 only suggests urethral source of blood in urine
Glass two: Midstream urine
Hematuria in all glasses suggests bladder or renal sources of bloody urine.
Glass three: End of urine stream
Hematuria in Glass 3 only suggests prostate source of urinary bleeding.
Here is a list of common reasons of blood in men’s urine with pain and if no pain.
A full list contain:
Detailed reasons of blood in urine.
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