Hematuria in Women: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment
Causes of Hematuria in Women
1. Urinary tract Infection
2. Stones in the Bladder and Kidneys
Treatment of Hematuria in Women
- If hematuria appears due to urinary tract infections. Most likely it can be cured by taking antibiotics according to the doctor's prescription.
- Stones in the kidneys and bladder should be forced to disintegrate by taking medication or by surgery. As long as the stone is still in the body, bleeding will remain.
- Cancer is treated by chemotherapy, surgery, or other therapeutic options that suit the physical condition.
- Pain in the back is increasingly unbearable.
- Often have problems with digestion.
- Often experience pain when having sex and having sex.
- Urine smells very intense.
- The body has a fever, fatigue, and chills.